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Archive for September 2019

Chicken with Rosemary Dijon Sauce

Chicken dark meat (such as thighs) are one of the easiest parts to cook, because it’s so juicy, it’s hard to mess up. We love that this luscious sauce requires only a dab of butter, and no cream, yet it yields a delicious flavor profile that makes an ordinary dish like roasted chicken thighs turn…

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Ten “Healthy” Foods That Aren’t Really Healthy

There are so many specialized health trends today, it’s enough to make your head spin. You can focus on avoiding gluten, a plant-based diet, a keto plan (eliminating carbs in favor of fats), paleo (mostly whole foods, with certain legumes and grains eliminated), Whole 30 (similar to paleo, but with some stricter rules), the highly…

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Air-Fried Vegetables with Dijon Gremolata Sauce

We are always looking for satisfying substitutes for potatoes. Kohlrabi and Brussels Sprouts are two of literally endless possibilities for this recipe, but they work well because they can be cooked in uniform, bite size pieces that are delicious in the air fryer. If you’ve never tried Kohlrabi, we encourage you to check it out…

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Creamy Alfredo-Inspired Sauce

When Wayne was diagnosed with heart disease, we reluctantly resigned ourselves to giving up such treats as classic Fettuccine Alfredo, with its carb-heavy noodles, and the classic sauce made from heavy cream, butter and lots of Parmesan cheese. The fat and sodium content was far in excess of an entire daily recommendation, and too indulgent…

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12 Ways to get more vegetables into your diet

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. We may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. If you are trying to improve your healthy eating habits, vegetables are your BFF! Meats – so long as they’re low in saturated fat — are good, and moderate use of healthy oils (watch for saturated fat)…

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