Two Ways to Preserve Herbs

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As the weather changes to cooler temperatures, many parts of the country will be unable to sustain outdoor gardens. If your herbs are planted outdoors, there are two ways you can preserve fresh herbs. Of course if your herbs are […]

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All in the Cut: Quality Meat

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Picking out high quality meat that the grocery store can mean a bit of a splurge at the grocery store. BEGIN with knowing what you are buying. Here’s a few notes to know where those cuts come from and what […]

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Served Three Ways: Edamame

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Edamame, or soybeans, are available in the freezer case, either unshelled or shelled. A one-half cup serving boosts your protein and fiber intake, as well as vitamin C. try edamame in these quick mealtime and side dishes. As a dip. […]

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New Produce: Kalettes

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I (Litsa) love to read about hot, new produce that’s on the shelves this season—-or available at our local farmer’s market and/or a specialty shop! Produce is always on the top of my EAT list. Today, I read “21 Weeks […]

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Perfect for Toast: Creamed Honey

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I (Litsa) love honey but I can’t say that I’m very familiar with ‘creamed honey’. A question about creamed honey was recently featured in my Real Simple magazine: What is creamed honey? Creamed honey starts as the normal liquid, then […]

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An Ingredient Mix: Curry Powder

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Do you use curry powder in recipes much? Did you know that curry powder is actually a mix of spices? Checkout this interesting information about curry! Publix Family Style recently spotlighted a spice I don’t often take advantage of using: […]

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Defined: Pour-Over Coffee

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Several times over the course of the year, I (Litsa) have walked into Starbucks stores requesting my favorite blonde roast blend. Many times the barista has noted that they do not have it brewed but can do a ‘pour-over’ for […]

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Reach for a Peach: Varieties of Peaches

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Intensely aromatic and deliciously juicy, ripe peaches are one of the joys of late summer! Try them in salsas, on a lunch salad, sliced, juiced——and in a splurge worthy dessert. Naturally portion-controlled, relatively low in sugar and calories, and offering […]

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