I don’t know about you, but now that it's officially Spring, I’m suddenly craving lighter and brighter flavors! Goodbye root veggies and roasting pans, hello fresh and raw veggies from the garden!
Lately, there has been quite a stir surrounding the issues of artificial additives and food processing. And, just like every other issue pertaining to nutrition, there is a battlefield of conflicting information coming at us from every direction, like lasers from an alien aircraft. But before you put on your armor and settle in for a round of dietary Space Invaders, read this blog instead!
To dine in or dine out, that is the question. As a future Registered Dietitian, I’m happy to offer my .02 on this subject! The politically correct answer (and not to mention healthier) is to cook at home. When you create the meals, you have control over the ingredients, and thus, can be smart about not adding in those extra sticks of butter or pinches of salt!
But while home cooked meals are great, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t enjoy a night out on the town every once in awhile!
French toast always conjures up some of the greatest memories from my childhood. I can still recall waiting impatiently with my siblings as the smell of butter, syrup, and cinnamon wafted out of the kitchen. We would always scream (as our mouths salivated) “Mom, is it ready yet?!”
Did you know that fresh produce loses vital nutrients every second it's off the stalk? Here's an easy fix: grow your own veggie patch! This will ensure, you're getting the healthiest food possible!
When you're roaming through the aisles in the grocery store, you'll see certain packaged foods labeled as "whole grain." Have you ever wondered what the term actually means? And, why do they come so highly recommended? Let's take a look.
Irish soda bread is one of my absolute favorite quick breads to make—not just around St. Patrick's Day, but all year-round. It's dense, flavorful, and, best of all, insanely easy to make. The soda bread dough comes together in about five minutes, and pops right into the oven without a spot of rising time.
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