Holiday Eats. Holiday Treats.


Things We Love

Stephanie Kanoeola Megumi Wong

We couldn’t let the holidays go by without sharing a few of our cold weather favorites. Late autumn foods and flavors have a certain warmth and heartiness that is truly unique to the season. As the days get cooler, we naturally begin to move indoors, hunkering down for the long winter months ahead. We crave rich, warming foods like soups and stews, anything roasted or served hot off the stove. In our Holiday Eats ebook, we celebrate the best of the late autumn harvest with recipes full of seasonal foods, cooking techniques that work best with heartier fare and menu suggestions for any holiday feast.


Holiday Eats, our seasonal food guide and recipe ebook, includes:

The Art of Roasting: a step-by-step guide to making deliciously simple roasted veggies.

Healthy Holiday Recipes: bringing nutritious goodness into many of the old holiday favorites – a tasty reminder that “healthy” doesn’t mean giving up on flavor.

Menu Match-ups: whether it is a hearty dinner or a festive lunch,
Holiday Eats offers a few menu suggestions sure to please.  For your next holiday gathering, make the most of delicious seasonal foods and prepare:

  • Slow Roasted Pork
  • Apple Pear Chutney
  • Roasted Brussels Sprouts
  • Sweet Potato Tart with Toasted Pecan Crust

This holiday season, share the gift of delicious, nourishing foods. Eat well, be well and enjoy!




Thanks for reading! My name is Stephanie Wong and I am a certified holistic health & nutrition coach, home-grown natural food cook, lover of all things ginger, and a strong believer that strength is beauty. [read more...]


  1. Lou says:

    I ABSOLUTELY love the books that Springer and Steph create.  They are beautiful and are as much eye candy as they are chock full of valuable interesting information on health, wellness and nutrition.  I don’t even hesitate when a new book hits the pages, I go directly to the “Buy” button!

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