How To Interpret Package Information

How To Interpret Package Information

While the Nutrition Fact label can tell you a lot about a food, you need to check the ingredients list to see what you’re really eating. Is your breakfast cereal made with whole grains or does your favorite salad dressing contain oil that is high in saturated fat, for example. By law, ingredients lists must […]

How To Spot A Whole Grain

How To Spot A Whole Grain

To help you when shopping for whole grains, here are the words you should look for in the ingredients list: It’s A Whole Grain If It’s Called: Brown (Also Black, Red, Purple) Rice Buckwheat Bulgur (Cracked Wheat) Millet Quinoa Sorghum Triticale Whole-Grain Corn Whole Oats And Oatmeal Whole Rye Whole Spelt Whole Wheat Wild Rice […]

Eating Well

Eating Well

The message is simple: Eat well to stay well. The good news is that you don’t need a graduate degree in nutrition to eat healthfully on a daily basis. What follows are some guidelines and information to help you make informed decisions about what you and your family should eat to maintain a balanced diet. […]

Keep It Light

Keep It Light

Generally animal products are higher in fat than plant foods, but it’s not necessary to cut out all meat and dairy products to keep your fat intake reasonable. Low-fat dairy foods, lean and well trimmed meat, and skinless poultry provide the same amounts of vitamins and minerals as their fattier counterparts. Skinless poultry, fish, dry […]

Things You Can Do With An Egg Slicer

Things You Can Do With An Egg Slicer

Making precise slices of softer, smaller foods in a snap, literally, with this tool designed to hold slippery, hard-cooked eggs in its cradle as the wires cut through. Cleanup is just as speedy – use a kitchen brush and warm, soapy water. It can quick slice soft fruits and vegetables such as peeled kiwis, hulled […]

Salad Greens

Salad Greens

When purchasing greens, choose those that look the freshest and have no brown spots. Use greens as soon as you can after purchase. To wash your greens, first remove and discard the roots, then separate the leaves. Swirl leaves around in a bowl or clean sink filled with cold water for about 30 seconds. Remove […]

New Year New You Healthy Pantry Staples To Have On Hand

New Year New You Healthy Pantry Staples To Have On Hand

Looking to build healthier eating habits? Remember, you don’t have to change everything all at once. Start with small steps that you can feel good about. The easiest way to cook healthy is to have the proper items on hand. Healthy pantry staples are key ingredients for making healthy meals. Fill your pantry with these […]

Happy New Year 2017

Happy New Year 2017

“What You Put Up With, You End Up With. What Are You Tolerating In Your Life?” Tiny New York Kitchen 🐥

Christmas Trees

Christmas Trees

The modern day Christmas tree was developed in early modern Germany, with predecessors that can be traced to the 16th and even possibly the 15th century. Devout Christians brought decorated trees into their homes. During the second half of the 19th century Christmas trees (also known as the Yule-tree) became popular beyond Germany, at first […]

Holiday Menu Ideas

Holiday Menu Ideas

Everyone who’s cooking for the holidays wonders what he or she should make for the holidays. I like to keep it simple and typically follow the “don’t experiment on your guests” rule. Hors D’oeuvres Mini Crab Cakes With Remoulade Sauce Cold Seafood Platter (Lobster Tails, Jumbo Shrimp, Jumbo Lump Crab Meat) Stuffed Mushrooms (Crab, Sausage, […]