When you're living with chronic heartburn (GERD) cooking and enjoying a meal can be a challenging and often anxiety-filled experience. However, just as there are many foods and cooking techniques that can set off heartburn, there are also plenty... Read more
In the US, we enjoy practically unlimited access to any food any time of the year. Although it's nice to have watermelon in February and asparagus in August, many people don't even know that foods have a season, let alone what foods are in se... Read more
When it comes to fruits and vegetables, most of us stick with what we know: carrots, cucumbers and celery at lunchtime; corn, peas and green beans for dinner; bananas, apples and oranges for breakfast or snacks. To keep healthy eating fun and excitin... Read more
It's easy to get off track when it comes to eating during the holidays. Although the traditional holiday table can be filled with high calorie and high fat foods, there are ways to save calories without sacrificing taste. Here we share healthy ma... Read more
Dishes are a mixture of Far East and French flavors, with subtle flavors with fresh—but not overpowering—spiciness. These are not usually very heavy meals.
Rice, seafood, lemongrass, p... Read more
I bought these pork loins from walmart. It says on the back that 4oz raw is 130 calories or so. How much is that cooked though? Or did I really just have 10 oz of pork loin for 325 calories? Just doesn't seem right. Thanks for any help.... Read more
I bought a really nice pork loin roast and am going to cook it tomorrow. Usually I would use the leftovers in a fried rice but I have no control when I eat fried rice and will probably eat way more than I should if I made it.
Does anyone hav... Read more
I bought some, can use them together or separately. What are some of your favorites ways to use either? My goal is to start trying more things I've never tried before, these were for this week. :)... Read more
If you like the flavor of Italian sausage, but don't want all the fat try this: Saute lean pork cutlets in a non-stick skillet with just a tad of olive oil. Before placing in pan season with salt, pepper, garlic, and a few fennel seeds. Yummy! ANd... Read more
Did you resolve to cook more in 2013? Want to branch out from your favorite healthy foods? Here are my top 13 healthy foods you have to try in 2013! Some of these foods will be completelyt new to you; others will simply be new uses for old favorites.... Read more
Pickling is a great way to extend the season and use up extra produce.
If heat or pressure canning is a bit intimidating to you, consider refrigerator pickles instead. You can preserve just about any fruit or vegetable in a salt and vinegar brine,... Read more
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