I’m all for getting more nutrition in your meals, but being a chef, I’ve gotta have something tasty too! So I’ll prove it’s possible to get both with this super easy, no-boil pumpkin lasagna.
Part of eating well has to do with eating in a more balanced way: Check out the healthier version of my granny’s pork and sauerkraut, the traditional dish that we had every New Year’s Day. Add your favorite whole grain and vegetable side dish and you’ve got a great meal.
Every New Year, many people make a commitment to be healthier. In the spirit of a healthier new year, I’ll be featuring a series of posts that will help you find ways to navigate your grocery store and make better decisions. In this post on Prevention.com, I am featuring fish and my Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops recipe.
I do have an old-fashioned flair when it comes to entertaining, but like any modern woman, I have a hefty work schedule and also want to make sure that I can fit into my party dress after enjoying a few holiday treats.
Creating your own snacks can ramp up flavor and make a dish more interesting without soaking up loads of time. And adding interest to healthy meals is the key to loving your healthy habits, and heck, you’ll end up enjoying life more!
I still love the syrupy, warm flavor that maple gives to baked goods, but most of the baked items that you find on the market contain things that I don’t love, like trans fats. That’s why you should give this one a try…
The best way to enjoy tea on a regular basis without getting tired of the same old tea bag is to make your own blends. It’s as easy and using odds and ends from your spice rack, freezer and pantry.