Tag: whole foods
When apples are in season, there are a wide range of varieties to choose from. Red Delicious, Gala, and Fuji are crisp and juicy all by themselves. For baking, a nice balance of sweet and tart flavors can be made by combining Rome Beauties with Granny Smiths. For use in soups and sauces, the softer […]
Nothing is worse than buying a fresh bunch of herbs and the only getting to a little amount one time before they go bad. Say goodbye to that black, soggy lump of cilantro that is only 3 days old.
Every once in a while it rises to the occasion when a light, easy preparation is called for. Here, finished with a splash of white wine and a sprinkle of capers, chicken takes a starring role on the plate.
The name Picatta means sharp. Fresh lemon juice is responsible for the name in this case. The finished dish is bright, lively, and delicious
Whole cranberries cooked with chopped dates and spiced with fresh green chilies is pictured here. Together with cardamom and cinnamon the tart flavor of cranberry balances out to an almost spicy result… For a twist on the perennial green bean casserole, spice up those traditional veggies with a mixture of black mustard seed, cumin seed, and crushed red pepper for a lively dish that you will love.
Color, texture, and a balance of flavors are what charaterize Asian cuisine and make it so fascinating to prepare and so incredible to sit down to enjoy.
So cut up some fresh Vegetables & cook them in an Oil with a Savory element. Season them with Herbs & Spices along with some Nuts or Extras. Serve beside a lean protien such as fish or chicken or over a pile of Grains and presto, Healthy Meals Made Easily!
You can significantly benefit your health and vitality simply by changing your grocery store shopping pattern. Most people spend the majority of their time in the aisles — where sugary cereals, salty snacks, prepackaged foods, and frozen treats lurk. Rather, spend 80%-90% of your time along the perimeter of the store. There you’ll find fruits, […]
Sweet, packed with nutrients, and easy to prepare, butternut squash is great in soups, as a pureed side dish, or in a chunky Thai green curry.
The Secrets of Why French Women Don’t Get Fat, by Michel Montignac, and ongoing nutrition studies of the so-called Mediterranean diet and Asian foods continue attract attention. Below is the take away