When you are having company over taco night, you have your tacos, chips and salsa. I like to have one more side dish on the table. One of my favorite ways to cook is to use the slow cooker. I can plug in my meal and walk away, which allows me to work on other things, like tidying up the house. Last week, I made crispy pork carnitas tacos for some friends coming over. I love this recipe because it cooks all day and develops these intense flavors.
I love to grill! It doesn’t matter if you are using a charcoal or a gas grill; it’s just a fun and relaxing way to prepare a meal! My favorite day to cook outside is Father’s Day. I am so excited to share my recipe for shish kabob and this five minute summer carrot salad. This salad is amazing and the spices take it to the next level.
Over the past few years, Kombucha has hit the wellness scene in a tremendous way. As a health obsessed foodie I noticed it in recipes, blogs, health fairs, my favorite organic lunch spots, and even my go-to fitness studio. This leads me to my next question, which I am sure has crossed your mind, “is KOMBUCHA really good for you?”
Mixed Berry Oatmeal, Carrot Cake Oatmeal, and Chocolate Coconut Almond. They were all made using the same recipe and they all came out delicious. Oatmeal comes in all different types and cuts. I found with this dish, Rolled oats work the best.
Do you drool over food, nutrition, and meal prep pics you find on Instagram daily? What if you could walk into a restaurant and find all the healthy food you have been eyeing on social media?
Walking into Real Food Eatery near Rittenhouse Square in Downtown Philly is pretty much like that.
2.5% of the US population is vegan.
Does the idea of a vegan diet interest you? Going vegan is quite appealing given that research supports many health benefits. More and more men, women, children, and even athletes are turning to a vegan diet. Joe Namath, one of the most recognizable names in NFL history, is quoted as saying, “It shows that you don’t need meat to play football,” when he switched to a vegan diet. So if you don’t need meat, what do you need?
In today’s plant-based, paleo, low-carb, raw, non-GMO, organic *breathe* world, eating habits and dietary preferences can make or break relationships – especially when choosing restaurants. So, what’s a bacon-free bachelor or bachelorette to do? It’s a sweet story of love and compromise. Keep an open mind. Keep an open mouth. And no, you don’t have to lay off the steak!
What are organic foods? Organic foods are grown or raised without pesticides, fertilizers, genetically modified products (GMO), or radiation. These chemicals and toxins have been found to cause health concerns such as brain and nervous system toxicity, cancer, hormonal imbalance and disruption, and skin, eye, and lung irritation.