Egg Substitutes Have Limited Uses

These products have been touted as healthier for a long time because they lack the fat and cholesterol of egg yolks. Then again, whole eggs have nutrients that those substitutes don’t have. And those nutrients can be good for you.

How Easy It Is

We were thinking the other day in The Bachelor’s Kitchen about how easy it really is to come up with a delicious, satisfying and even healthy meal in no time with things you have on hand.

Buy Large, Cook Large, But Be Selective

Many people have learned about the joys of buying in bulk. Yes, the deals can be quite good. But that’s only if you have the space to deal with it.

Summer’s Time To Try New, Healthy Combos

Combining foods for maximum nutritional value is called by food scientists food synergy. That means the combination of two or more items leads to greater nutrition than any of the items individually.

Cooking tips & techniques: Ramen Noodle Soup

“As God as my witness I will never eat Ramen again!” Frankly, Scarlett, shut up and eat your soup.

You Can Replace SOME Of The Fat

In many cases we can replace a substantial part of the fat in our recipes with a little creativity. But I must warn you that you will have to make these judgements for yourself.

Summer Eating: Cold Soup

We can take a page from warmer climes and come up with some cold soup ideas that make a great accompaniment to sandwiches, light snack or salads — in short, summertime fare

I Love Applesauce!

This wonder food is extremely versatile. It can answer a lot of your nutritional, weight loss and taste needs.

Cooking Up A Storm

Cook it easy during the warm weather. Make something that can sit on the stovetop while you play in the pool.

Easy Weekend Beef Stew

This hearty dish is low in calories (340 per 1-1/2 cup serving), low in fat (13 grams) and high on flavor. I recommend making it without a lot of additions the first time.