A perfect Way to begin a light, slow and satisfying Spring meal. Another Way to use great aroma - and lots of it - to let you to eat less but feel like you ate more. A little garlic with your tea?
You can make a glass of intensely flavorful, thoroughly refreshing and, yes, kinda sweet soda with a fraction of the sugar calories you'd get in a can or bottle of Coke or another industrial soda. This is the gateway homemade soda pop.
Coconut milk with a few drops of chile pepper. Very high Pleasure Per Calorie score. Whether you knock one back as a pre-appetizer sip with a kick. Or use it to sauce a fish, chicken or vegetable dish in a hurry.
Mango-papaya ceviche with grilled halibut. A shockingly great flavor combination. An unusual but immediately lovable meal you'll make again. And again. 100% of your daily Vitamin C requirement and a complete fruit serving.n
$2 for a substantial, satisfying, earthy and herbaceous first or main course. Or an addictive snack. High-protein vegan. Super low Glycemic Load. Great and simple. I don't know why it took me years to get around to making this. It's easy. Don't wait.
Less than 75 cents per serving of this rich, luxurious, creamy pudding without cream. Fragrant with coconut and cinnamon. Soft but still chewable. Juicy-fruity with fat raisins. Hardly any added sugar.
Always make too much risotto. Roll up the leftovers and fry them. Ten minutes later you have a great treat. Serve them with a salad or a spicy tomato sauce. Or make them small enough to just pop in your mouth.
Yesterday was the big day. Rainy, windy, chilly in New York. No paella on the grill. The lesson: this is a perfect time for National Spanish Paella Day. Because it's just as great when you make it in the kitchen. Here are three great Ways.
That's not why I eat chocolate. But I sure am glad to see all the studies that make chocolate sound like the new miracle health food. Read all about it. Then dip some fruit into some molten dark chocolate.
I probably wouldn't admit this if I hadn't read the results of the study. The one that concludes that dessert after a balanced breakfast "can help dieters to lose more weight and keep it off in the long run". Talk about food for thought, huh?