Friday’s Surf & Turf #94

Here’s this week’s list of 10 articles I came across on the internet that I thought were interesting. Most of the articles are about health, nutrition, the environment and sustainability, but a few might have nothing to do with those topics. Some have video or audio. Some may make you laugh, or cry, or scratch your head, or warm your heart. Please … Read More...

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The New ‘Arctic’ Apple – It’s GMO’d But Not Labeled As Such

Hi Everyone! I'm back from vacation and although I intended to post a new recipe, something came across my radar that I wanted to bring to your attention. The new Arctic Apple (which doesn't turn brown after you slice into it) is headed to test markets in the Midwest this February for its debut. If you read my blog, you'll pick up on the fact that … Read More...

Friday’s Surf & Turf #93

Here’s this week’s list of 10 articles I came across on the internet that I thought were interesting. Most of the articles are about health, nutrition, the environment and sustainability, but a few might have nothing to do with those topics. Some have video or audio. Some may make you laugh, or cry, or scratch your head, or warm your heart. Please … Read More...

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Greetings From The Islands!

My apologies for the lack of content recently. I have a good excuse - I'm on vacation! I felt a bit guilty for not posting anything, so I decided to set aside time today making (what I consider) a fabulous dish. Unfortunately, my technology doesn't like to communicate internationally. Every time I travel, I think I've adjusted all of the settings … Read More...

Friday’s Surf & Turf #92

Here’s this week’s list of 10 articles I came across on the internet that I thought were interesting. Most of the articles are about health, nutrition, the environment and sustainability, but a few might have nothing to do with those topics. Some have video or audio. Some may make you laugh, or cry, or scratch your head, or warm your heart. Please … Read More...

Curried Golden Beet Carrot & Parsnip Soup by Parsley In My Teeth, healthy vegetable soup

Curried Golden Beet Carrot & Parsnip Soup

Last weekend, my husband came home from a winter Farmers' Market with a bag full of goodies - big golden beets, multi-colored carrots and parsnips. I thought about roasting them, but opted for a nice piping hot pot of soup. And curried to boot! I used to use store-bought vegetable stock every time I made soup. Now I just use plain old water and let … Read More...

Friday’s Surf & Turf #91

Here’s this week’s list of 10 articles I came across on the internet that I thought were interesting. Most of the articles are about health, nutrition, the environment and sustainability, but a few might have nothing to do with those topics. Some have video or audio. Some may make you laugh, or cry, or scratch your head, or warm your heart. Please … Read More...

Mexican Black Bean Cucumber Red Pepper & Corn Salad by Parsley In My Teeth, easy healthy salads

Remaking A Favorite: Mexican Black Bean Cucumber Red Pepper & Corn Salad

For me, the key to sticking with a healthy eating plan is to keep the fridge stocked with healthy dishes. If there's nothing good on hand that's ready-made, you know you're headed for the that bag of chips and queso in the pantry. (I don't actually keep anything like that in the pantry, but I used to, so I'm willing to bet I'm not the only … Read More...

Friday’s Surf & Turf #90

Here’s this week’s list of 10 articles I came across on the internet that I thought were interesting. Most of the articles are about health, nutrition, the environment and sustainability, but a few might have nothing to do with those topics. Some have video or audio. Some may make you laugh, or cry, or scratch your head, or warm your heart. Please … Read More...

Traditional Miso Soup by Parsley In My Teeth, healthy easy soup

Traditional Miso Soup (because I’ve been making it all wrong!)

I learned a long time ago not to overcook vegetables because it pretty much sucks the nutrients out of them and kills the enzymes - basically leaving you with a pile of dead food. Kind of defeats the purpose of eating, right? But I didn't apply that principle to cooking with miso, which is typically made from soybeans, salt and koji (a grain-based … Read More...

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