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This year, as many of us hunker down for smaller celebrations at home, you might want to create some new holiday traditions. Why not make them tasty ones?
Work your way through a cookbook (or the wealth of recipes on <deliciousliving.com>) and deliver meals and treats to isolated seniors or others who can’t celebrate the holidays as they normally might. Contact local meals-on-wheels programs or other nonprofits to see what specific items they need or for rules governing donations or volunteering. And if you’re unable to access healthy food, don’t be shy about contacting a local organization. Getting assistance to buy groceries can make all the difference.
Finally, if your family usually cooks the big holiday meal together, remember: You can always cook recipes together over Zoom or Skype, even if you can’t all physically be together.
The usual calendar of parties and diversions may be missing this year, but you can still entertain yourself and your family.
- Support a local small business by buying a new festive food to try.
- Bake healthy holiday goodies together.
- Recruit the kids to help with simpler steps in the recipes