A new royal baby is on the way! As a fan of all things royal, I thought this recipe which uses Colman’s English Mustard, which was honored in 1866 by Queen Victoria’s seal of approval, was the perfect one.
This is an insanely light and delicious salad that features the beautiful taste of strawberries set off against the sweet homemade poppy seed dressing. Make the dressing several hours before you’ll be serving it, or even the day before, so
It’s the new year and with it comes the chance to turn over a new leaf; to make changes to better ourselves. This year my husband has decided it’s time to eat healthier. The thing is, “healthy” means different things,
This is one of those recipes that can be changed easily to accommodate your family’s favorite flavors. Don’t like ham? Substitute bacon and cook it with the onions and garlic before adding it to the pot. Or try shredded chicken.
Potato Salad Recipe It’s a toss up between my mother and my mother-in-law as to who makes the best potato salad. They’re very different, but both amazingly good. But both of their salads rely heavily on mayonnaise and sometimes I
SELF magazine and Smartfood recently named the top 10 “SMARTest” Cities in the US. I wasn’t surprised at all to see my own city, Seattle, at the top. But what makes a city SMART? Savvy, Motivated, Accomplished, Responsible and Thoughtful.
For some reason I only discovered the beauty of black beans in the last year or so. I don’t know why I’d never had them before, but now that I know what a nutritional powerhouse they are I incorporate them
Beets. Ick. They’re the yucky vegetable my mom loved and us kids hated. I vividly remember being told to sit at the table until those nasty red pickled beets were gone…oh the many ways I hid them to get up
If you haven’t added kale and spinach to your diet, you’re missing out on some amazing superfoods. Both lend themselves to both raw and cooked dishes and both are packed with vitamins and minerals. They’re also a fabulous plant-based, calcium-rich
Go meatless at least one night a week – you’ll save money and you’ll discover how easy it is to cook with beans, lentils and other protein-packed plants. Plus serve your dressing on the side and dip your fork into