My Food Style

Happy Thanksgiving!

My Food Style is once again celebrating the feast of all feasts, Thanksgiving! This time of year millions put down their diet plans and meal replacement shakes and takes hold of turkey legs and rich creamy gravy. This is not the time for you to worry about calories, and certainly not the time to worry about Interstitial Cystitis.

It has always been my goal to bring flavor to your food style. However, during this time of year, I truly want to recreate the nostalgia we all love to share. What would Thanksgiving be like if we had to cut out the classics dishes that are grandmothers so perfectly prepared? I went over last year’s menu, keeping turkey and adding chicken. However, I wanted to add some more exciting flavors and unique textures. You will find bulgur wheat and cherries highlight the menu. I included a new recipe for the turkey, which emphasizes crispy skin and juicy meat.

While the dishes may seem a bit whimsical, keep in mind, I create each one with your pallet and skill sets in mind. Thanksgiving Day can be stressful. With tons of food cooking simultaneously with in laws spilling drinks on your couch, I twisted the menu to alleviate the anxiety of this celebration. You will cook like a champion, and eat like a king.  

One of the first blogs I ever wrote was last years Thanksgiving: We are all Pilgrims blog. This year I keep it simple. Enjoy the menu and enjoy the free recipes. Most of all enjoy the family and have a Happy Thanksgiving!   

What is Interstitial Cystitis?

Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a condition that results in recurring discomfort or pain in the bladder and the surrounding pelvic region. The symptoms vary from case to case....

What causes IC?

Some of the symptoms of IC/PBS resemble those of bacterial infection, but medical tests reveal no organisms in the urine of people with IC/PBS...

How is IC diagnosed?

Because symptoms are similar to those of other disorders of the bladder and there is no definitive test to identify IC/PBS, doctors must rule out other treatable conditions before considering a diagnosis of IC/PBS...

What are treatments for IC?

Scientists have not yet found a cure for IC/PBS, nor can they predict who will respond best to which treatment. Symptoms may disappear with a change in diet or treatments or without explanation...

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