Chestnuts Roasting in a Closed Oven …

by Leigh Ann Otte

Chestnuts are weird little things. They’ve been called “the grain that grows on trees,” says registered dietitian Tina Ruggiero. They’ve got complex carbohydrates and even vitamin C. Weirder still … we carol about them every year, but have you ever eaten one?

Wanna try? There’s a roasting recipe in this week’s featured article, by Ruggiero. If they don’t turn out, at least you’ll have the oven preheated for s’mores.

Why don’t we have a carol for them?

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Leigh Ann Otte is the managing editor of MyFamilyDoctorMag.com.
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