When life gives you lemons, forget the lemonade and go straight for the cupcakes and sangria!
I am already excited for lighter dinner ideas as opposed to heavy comfort food.
Making soups from scratch yields delicious meals and helps limit your family's exposure to chemicals and added ingredients found in canned soups. As I've touched upon a little in this post, I always like to take it one step further by using safer food containers made of glass and stainless steel to help limit my use of plastics.
I fell in love with the flavor and knew I had to make my skinny version at home!
Place all ingredients in food processor or high-speed blender and mix until smooth and creamy. Can add more stevia according to your taste. Serve in beautiful bowls and enjoy!
I get pretty excited about new vegetable varieties.
Kale is a great veggie to incorporate into your weekly meals. But it doesn't have to be limited to salads. Kale is super versatile! Here are 11 kale recipes that go way beyond a boring salad.
Get out of your usual peanut or cashew 'nut rut' and break out the pistachios this season.
Poor tofu. It's all too easy to dismiss tofu as tasteless blocks of bean curd for health nuts, but cooking and eating tofu doesn't have to be a joyless exercise.
As a busy doctor, I can understand how eating healthy might feel like a herculean demand and become short shift among the numerous demands in your life. While eating healthy on a time budget does require a little planning, it's easier than you might imagine.
Combat the cold -- or re-fuel after skating at the ice rink -- with these six soups that batter the winter blues in to submission.
This is one curry with plenty of umami!
My husband and I both love to cook healthy, and we love to cook together. It was a challenge at first because he's one of those '60s kids who becam...
Here is my recipe for Peruvian Beans and Cilantro. The recipe is fast and easy, but it's whole food made from scratch with fresh ingredients that almost all Latin American cultures use. Try it with your family this month and get in touch with your Hispanic heritage!
If it's not in your kitchen cabinet already, consider adding coconut oil to your collection.
Officially begun in Italy in the 1980s as a response to "fast food" and its incursions into regional cuisine and identity, this way of looking at the world through food is much more than just a rejection of industrial food constructs -- it is a philosophy and a lifestyle.