My best holiday memories are of activities that engaged my emotions and senses. Hard, cold snow in my glove as we made snowmen in the crisp winter air. Icicles dripping from the roof of the house as the sun warmed the air. The comforting buzz of family conversation on Christmas day. The gentle pull . . .
Short on time? This is the easiest canape, ever. It's healthy and so tasty. And different from the usual pre-dinner fare. Blue cheese has such a strong flavor, you don't need to use very much. Healthy Apricot Canape (from Eating Well) 16 dried apricots 8 teaspoons crumbled blue . . .
By popular demand, here's the recipe for delicious, nutritious, crispy kale chips. A healthy holiday snack that my husband loves to munch on as he watches football.I like that they satisfy our need for crunch and our salt craving. Just don't use too much salt. Ingredients 1 bunch kale...any . . .
Who wants to slave in the kitchen on a holiday weekend in the summer? Even if you're grilling on Labor Day, you'll want to fix something healthful, tasty, quick & easy for the other days of the weekend.If you're in the mood for a fall meal but it's still too warm for cold-weather recipes, I made . . .
I don't usually post recipes, but I made something so good and so easy today that I figured I'd share.I saw some frozen halibut that looked promising at Trader Joe's the other day. WARNING: I've made the mistake before of not removing TJ's frozen fish from its packaging before thawing. This time, I . . .
It's not so hard to eat healthily, if we think about the rainbow of foods available to us.Some delicious raw. Others made more tasty by excellent preparation.I don't feel at all deprived when I get to eat delicious healthy foods. And have discovered that, after eating "clean" for a while, foods that . . .
We ended our trip on a relaxing note—up early on Monday and a nice, long walk on a beautiful San Francisco morning to Ghirardelli Square, where we had the most delicious cup of hot chocolate. Perfect chocolate and real whipped cream. YUMMY way to start the day.And where I saw a woman who was a dead . . .