'Healthy Food Resources'
The day after excess (Thanksgiving) is the day to start eating and drinking cleanly. There is no better time than to adopt a green smoothie into your meal plan.
So what is a green smoothie? It’s a mix of fruits, spices, and something green such as greens from radishes, beets, kale, spinach, chard, celery, cabbage, etc.
I was …[more...]
***This is a sponsored post. I received a copy of The Low-GI Slow Cooker for the purpose of review. All opinions expressed are my own and no further compensation has been received. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way…***
When I got married the first time, I purposely did not register for a slow-cooker as I patently did …[more...]
I love the idea of this book. It’s summer. I’m lazy. It’s too hot to cook too complicated fare. I like the idea that I can create something delicious with only four ingredients.
Of course, knowing me I will always add some spices or hot sauce or salsa but you don’t have to.
The book has more …[more...]
I received a copy of Cooking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet for purpose of review. All opinions expressed below are my own.
Once upon a time (though I should hasten to add, this is no fairytale) a mother was faced with a sick child and very few answers. Eventually the doctors diagnosed Emily Kerwien’s son with Crohn’s Disease, but it …[more...]
May is National Salsa month. Salsa is the Mexican word for “sauce.” An unlimited amount of salsas are available today in super markets and specialty stores. What’s your favorite salsa?
My current favorite salsa is Cowboy Caviar.
Here are 10 ways to use Cowboy Caviar:
–Pour over goat cheese or cream cheese …
April is IBS Awareness Month and, as such, I though it would helpful to share the books and websites that have helped me so very much over the last few months.
My default reaction to a new idea or problem to solve is research. This used to mean hitting the library when I was in school and heading to the …[more...]
The book, Back of the House – the Secret Life of a Restaurant, provides a highly personal bordering on insane look into the back of a restaurant. While Anthony Bourdain’s best selling Kitchen Confidential was seen through the eyes of a kitchen professional (chef/restaurant owner), Back of the House is written by Scott Haas, clinical psychologist and …[more...]