An Easter Egg Story

Easter usually falls around my birthday, and so Easter eggs have often been part of my birthday celebrations. We also came up with creative uses for the eggs, like this…


10 Ways to Change-Up Your Protein Routine

Change-up your protein routine! These tips help add variety to your menu planning using different protein sources. You’ll also find a collection of diabetic-friendly, protein-rich recipes to try.


Can Your Kitchen Pass the Food Safety Test?

What comes to mind when you think of a clean kitchen? Shiny waxed floors? Gleaming stainless steel sinks? Spotless counters and neatly arranged cupboards? They can help, but a truly cleankitchen–that is, one that ensures safe food–relies on more than just looks: It also depends on safe food practices.


Enjoy Dishes With Less Meat

Apart from the fact that health experts say most Americans eat more animal protein than their bodies need, there are many reasons to eat less. Includes recipe for Asian Frittata with Shrimp and Broccoli.


Discover Creamy Tuscan-Style Beans

Tuscan cooking is famous for its simplicity. Like the best cooking in the rest of Italy, it is a feast of regional dishes using locally-produced ingredients. But in Tuscany, these dishes are often minimal in terms of the number of ingredients used. Includes recipe for Tuscan-Style Beans.


Lift a Spoon to Oatmeal

A bowl of steaming hot oatmeal is a good way to start a cold winter day. With four grams of dietary fiber in each cup of oatmeal, it’s a great way to boost fiber intake. Includes recipe for oatmeal pancakes.


Why Is Obesity A Growing Problem in America?

The statistics have been reported in all the major news magazines, on the nightly news and in newspapers from coast to coast. Overall, adult men and women are about 8 pounds heavier, on average, than they were 15 years ago. According to the National Institutes of Health, over 100 million Americans – or about 60 percent of the adult population – are overweight. Find out why.


All About Hors d’oeurves – the Food Before the Meal

Hors d’oeurve, or as we usually spell and say it, hors d’oeuvres,are small portions of food served before a meal to accompany drinks, alchoholic or otherwise. In the United States, we tend to use the term hors d’oeuvre interchangeably with appetizer.


Tips For Healthful Holiday Baking

You don’t have to give up holiday baking for health reasons. With some simple substitutions, you can make your favorite recipes more healthful without sacrificing taste.


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