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During the second week of the diet, my husband and I were scheduled to eat a lot of soup. And when I say a lot, I mean at least a serving every day. Normally in the winter, I wouldn’t mind … Continue reading
By Julie Stefanski Sometimes it starts with just an occasional “Meatless Monday,” or maybe you’ve heard about the plus side of a vegetarian diet and you’re going without meat most days of the week. A nutritionally balanced plant based diet … Continue reading
I love potatoes. It isn’t a normal love, it is L-O-V-E. Ask my husband. I think he gets jealous of how much I L-O-V-E potatoes. Give them to me mashed, scalloped, french-fried or any other (vegan) way. Even though I … Continue reading
I haven’t been the healthiest of brides the past year and a half, and some of my recipes show it. Time and effort were two things in short supply, and I chose to skimp on my diet rather than other … Continue reading
I am a big mac and cheese girl. I love it baked. I love it on the stove top. I love it in the slow cooker. I really have zero dislike for the stuff. It’s so good. Well, this isn’t … Continue reading
Teen Battle Chef is a ten session program that teaches teenagers how to cook using fresh, healthful ingredients from Spoutwood Farm, according to a news release. During each session, two teams of young chefs learn culinary skills, nutrition, teamwork, and … Continue reading
Samantha Dellinger hates to workout, so how’s this anti-exerciser going to get fit? Find out how, so you can get inspired to roll yourself off the couch with her.
We’ve all been there: You fill your weekdays with fresh veggies and exercise sessions, only to spend your weekend eating fried food while sitting on the couch watching episode after episode of The Walking Dead. Sticking to healthy habits seems … Continue reading
Healthy living reporter Leigh Zaleski shows us how to make croutons that won’t ruin your diet.