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10 Nourishing Recipes for the Holiday Season

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In the Kitchen: 10 Nourishing Recipes for the Holiday Seaso

Nourishment can be as simple as an orange in the morning, or a hearty salad topped with hummus for lunch. It can be a Sunday brunch and yes, a fabulous desert. To this day, one of the best pieces of advice I have received was to always have a chocolate bar in the pantry.

The holiday season is a time to indulge in spirits and sweets, but also to restore one’s joy. What I refuse to take part in this year are cleanses, detoxes, and impossible resolutions surrounding food once the first of January arrives. Why make the holiday season even more stressful with that kind of pressure?

To me, one of the ultimate luxuries is making a beautiful meal at home with beautiful, collected kitchenware and cheerful blooms. During the rush of the holidays when the winter days are literally shorter, a good meal makes a difference in mood.

Here are a few recipes that I plan to make a part of my holiday season. Many I have made many times and a few, such as the raspberry oatmeal, I can’t wait to try!


Above: Overnight Raspberry Oatmeal – An elevated smoothie bowl. Recipe by: What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today @whatforbreakfast

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Amber Fairweather is a writer and musician based in New York City. She is an avid traveler and has lived in California, Hawaii, rural Pennsylvania, and London. Her journeys fuel her quest to find and share the beauty in life. A few of her favorite things include books, roses, coffee, and photography.
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