Along with that huge consumption of meat are the health problems of heart disease, high blood pressure, colon cancer and more.
Research has generally found that the nutritional differences between fresh and frozen produce are small.
Chili is one of the most popular stews in America. It is relatively easy to make, and it requires a minimum of kitchen skills. In other words – it’s Bachelor Food!
One challenge for cooks is to come up with new ways to prepare foods. We tend to fall back on tried and true methods, often relying on the way we ate when we were growing up.
Spring is finally emerging from the cold and darkness. And with it comes our enthusiasm for gardening, for cooking, for catching those spring vegetables fresh from the fields.
Eating more vegetables for lunch and dinner is usually not much of a problem. But what about breakfast?
With spring asparagus all over the place, this is a good place to use it. This makes a good size pot even though it’s scaled to six servings.
Eating more vegetables for lunch and dinner is usually not much of a problem. A salad makes a nice lunch. But what about breakfast?
Spring produce is already showing up in the local farmers market and in the grocery store produce aisle. And you should certainly take advantage of it.
They are the immature seed pods of the common bean plant and have been cultivated into many different varieties over thousands of years.