There is always a place in my heart for the old school bacon-and-iceberg lettuce layered salads of my childhood, but these days I am loving this healthier, more colorful, modern version
February is National Heart Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing some heart-healthy takes on our go-to winter food: Soup! It’s comforting, versatile, and so easy to make. Whip up a big pot of Garlic Broth and bring it to a sick friend in need or keep a pot of Tomato Barley Soup simmering on the stove for a help-yourself kind of dinner. Not only can these recipes be made in advance, they are good for you and are an easy way to feed the whole family.
The new, healthier you will go the distance with these recipe ideas to incorporate into your family’s meal planner. Eating healthy helps your body be at its best and your mind be on the right track. You’ll just feel better! Here are a few suggestions to hold you to that mantra…
Who doesn’t love guacamole year-round, ESPECIALLY during Fiesta? It’s the perfect party food! Try this take on the classic chip dip made with edamame and broccoli…healthy and so happening! Watch the cooking process here. Directions: Two blanched veggies drop into a pot of rapidly boiling water for 2 to 3 minutes, then remove to an […]
This pizza is a total Veggie-lover’s delight! Made with authentic Gruyère, a hard yellow cheese named after the town of Gruyères in Switzerland. Thanks to Kicker Kalozdi for the recipe! And remember, I want to hear from you. Send me your recipe suggestions (along with a picture) to: email@example.com Method: Set toaster oven to 400 degrees. […]
Cook chicken breasts ahead of time either in oven or slice and sauté in olive oil. Heat olive oil in skillet and add mushrooms. Saute for a few minutes then add garlic. Stir together and let cook for a couple of minutes. Add cooked chicken, salt and pepper to season. Pour in white wine and […]