the Cadillac of superfoods!
If you’ve been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, insulin dependent or non-insulin dependent diabetes, I can help you!
Some have even called it a “cardiologist’s nightmare.”
..in the thick of the holidays. You made it through Thanksgiving! Well done! Did you eat too much? My favorite thing out of all the […]
Here’s a review of all the challenges we have taken on and hopefully conquered; slip-ups do not discredit your success!! I’m convinced that you feel […]
How many of you guys have been filling half your plate with vegetables? I wanted to share a few recipes that are brilliantly tantalizing and […]
I had a hard time deciding what this last challenge would be. I wanted to continue through the full six weeks giving you guys challenges that […]
It’s not rocket science. It’s not fascinating. It is likely something you’ve heard before, maybe even repeatedly! But, it is brilliant and it works!! […]
I made a super easy chicken pot pie using frozen pie crust, leftover rotisserie chicken breast, chopped carrots, broccoli florets and frozen mixed vegetables with […]
Grab a bag of this salad on your next trip to the grocery! It has loads of green vegetables, dried cranberries, toasted pumpkin seeds and […]
Bok choy is rich in folate, vitamins A, C and K. It’s an excellent source of calcium and fiber. This dark green leafy vegetable is […]
I have decided to name my sourdough baby Freddy Farter the Bread Starter, a modified version of a name I found online. Yes, that is […]
“It’s never too late to eat right and exercise the smart way”. “You can be healthier and more fit in your 60s than you were in your 40s.”
not only are there tremendous health benefits, but going meatless even once per week plays a role in reducing livestock global emissions. Farm animals account for 14.5% of all greenhouse admissions and 1/3 of methane emissions!
If you’re looking to eliminate all animal products in your diet, you have obviously done your research and are aware of the benefits as well as the challenges of going full veg.
Did you know that cooking in cast iron can increase the iron content of your food? Iron requirements rise significantly during teenage years
mushrooms are extremely low in calories, contain vitamin D and selenium. These edible fungi are also a good source of riboflavin. Bake these amazing cheese stuffed mushrooms in 8 minutes.
Boil some pasta, rinse frozen peas, throw in some rotisserie chicken, a little pesto, a tablespoon of mayo, a quick squeeze of lemon…done and done! […]
Nutritional yeast is grown on molasses and is loaded with B vitamins! It contains 16 different amino acids (needed for building muscle), at least 14 minerals and 17 vitamins. Just 2 Tablespoons contains only 60 calories, a whopping 9 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber.
If you’re not a vegetable eater and this doesn’t look tasty to you, try it anyway! Making vegetables taste good is my speciality. It’s fast, it’s easy, it’s healthy and I’m certain you will like it!
Where do you draw the line between what is natural and positive, and unnatural and negative?
Feeling satisfied by his successful hunt for these wild gems and with full belly, he turned the page in his mushroom book, anxious to embark on his next exploration. With no small degree of trepidation, he read the words
Just about every restaurant, grill, bar, cafe, diner and dive on the beach advertises their version of the world’s latest food fascination.
I was fairly new to Indian cuisine when I visited London and fascinated by the orchestra of new flavors.
Salmon promotes eye health. Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which help lubricate dry eyes and the vitamin D in this fatty fish protects […]
Lemon Pistachio Dressing…It’ll Make You Want to Eat Salad!! I found a great recipe for a lemon pistachio dressing on savoringtimeinthekitchenblogspot.com. Salad is versatile and […]
The British love to make roast dinners. I had the privilege of eating many roast dinners served by my generous friend, Emma. Even though she lives […]
At some markets when in season, you can find brussels sprouts on the stalk. I suppose it presents a bit of a storage issue and […]
We were suppose to have Green Chef delivered today. It didn’t come. I need to plan meals and shop accordingly. If I stock fresh […]
I hate ordering delivery pizza with vegetables. I guess I just don’t really like unseasoned, barely cooked bell peppers with nearly raw onions slapped on […]
Forgive me for my recent lack of posts. We’ve been doing a bit of traveling, some crafting, a deal of Christmas shopping, decorating and a […]
The weather has finally cooled a bit Florida! With Halloween here, it’s time to put away the lemons and get out the pumpkin! I began […]
Parsley and lemon juice are all you need to make this cauliflower rice a quick, delicious and healthy side!
This is a very messy burger. But, if a burger ain’t messy, it ain’t a good burger ya’ll!
I love using Naan bread to make homemade pizza. If you have a picky crowd, you can personalize each round.
This treat was just what I needed on this smoldering October day!
I love soup because you throw it all into one pot and serve up a complete meal that everyone loves.
Carbohydrates are the body’s preferred source of fuel. After six months of denying yourself bread, cereals, rice, pasta, fruit and starchy vegetables, you’ll notice that all of a sudden, the scale isn’t budging!