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The holidays are upon us and that means food - often lots of it. While I do believe that the holidays can be a time to splurge, this doesn't give you a license to gorge between Thanksgiving and New Years'.
One of the places to be especially cautious is at the holiday party. It's one thing to be excessive when you know exactly what you're eating, but when someone else is doing the cooking you can pack on the calories in a hurry. On top of that, a lot of us go to parties instead of dinner and we go hungry. Four Tips to Surviving the Holiday Party
and for Dessert....
Pumpkin Creme Brulee
Happy Holidays from all of us at Dr. Gourmet!
The rule of thumb for this tiny member of the cabbage family is to buy small ones and buy them as fresh as possible. Even though they look like little cabbages, they actually grow off the sides of a thick stalk and can be found in the market this way now (and if you do, buy them). Try to use them the day that they are purchased, as there is less time for them to develop a bitter flavor.
There's a lot of fiber in these little guys. Each serving has almost five grams.
4 ounces brussels sprouts = 49 calories, 0 fat, 0g sat fat, 0g mono fat, 4g protein, 10g carbohydrates, 28mg sodium, 0mg cholesterol
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