Fish offers a bounty of nutrients and can be harvested sustainably, making it a sensible food to include in our dietary routine. This halibut, topped with a mouth-watering pesto, is uncomplicated and downright delicious. Serve it with a heap of steamed vegetables and a bit of brown rice for a complete meal.
There’s no doubt that watching sports on t.v. and noshing go together. There’s also no doubt that nobody wants to be slaving in the kitchen while everyone else is enjoying the game. That’s where the slow-cooker comes in. Let it help you with some of the cooking on game day, and you’ll have more time to catch the on-screen action. As the author of a couple of slow-cooker cookbooks, I’ve got a few tips that can make your slow-cooker food prep smooth and easy…
One of the best things you can do for yourself and your family is prioritize getting enough plants in your diets. Including pulses, like lentils, in your recipe rotation is a great way to up your plant-food count while keeping your belly full and your tongue happy. This 3-star lentil-based loaf is a flavorful way to give lentils a chance.
I’m choosing to view this time of year through a different lens and consider how we can mindfully approach our New Year “reset,” which in time can result in a firm decision to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Here are a few tips to complete a plan that is sure to result in reaching the goals you’re hoping to achieve in 2017.
Not all of these recipes are quickbreads, but they do have one thing in common: they’re quick to throw together when you’re hustling to make your baked goods in between the bustle of getting the kids in and out of their snow gear and getting yourself to the gym for a holiday resolution. Whether you’re trying to start the day off with a homemade bite or deliver soup to a sick friend, there’s a quick bread in here for you.
We’ve been celebrating our 10th anniversary throughout 2016, and in one last salute to the wonderful first ten years we’ve enjoyed, we’ve gone through our content this year to bring you a list of your favorites and our favorites. Thanks for helping us celebrate this milestone!
It seems like most people either fall into one of two camps when it comes to stress: it either prompts you to eat more than you usually would (science shows that’s about 40% of the population), or it completely takes away your appetite (another 40% fall here; the other 20% don’t change their food intake at all in the face of stress). Add in all the holiday “joy” that’s around right now and it’s not difficult to see that lots of us use food and alcohol to assuage our seasonal stress. And yet, there are ways around it, thank goodness. For the sake of your health and sanity, you owe it to yourself to try and manage your stress in non-food ways.