If you've only had pistachios as a hard-to-open snack, you're in for a treat. Serve this entrée with a side of roasted vegetables and you have yourself a balanced plate, just like the Dietary Guidelines recommend!
This one-size-fits-all party food will enthrall the foodies, delight the gluten-free, indulge the waistline watchers and make the vegans swoon. It's made with togarashi, a seven-spice blend that is common in Japanese kitchens.
Instead of ordering an unhealthy version of pizza, try making your own like this Quinoa-Crusted, Pear-Arugula and Pomegranate Salad-Pizza, which is super-healthy, portion-controlled and offers a fantastic opportunity to fit in veggies.
This fall, settle into cooler temperatures with comforting dishes filled with hardy whole grains. From pancakes and oatmeal to a side of bread with supper, fill up on essential vitamins, minerals and fiber.
A basic video editor with several perks, Splice offers a large free music library, filters, sound effects, motion control, transitions and text options. Some may find this app to be bare-bones compared to other editors, but simplicity is its main selling point.
Based on findings in both mainstream and alternative medicine, this book advocates the principle that obstacles to healthy eating lie in the mind and that weight gain is a physical reflection of the choices made over a lifetime.
Much of The Dorito Effect is based on the premise that technology has improved agriculture in many ways, such as increasing crop yields and producing bigger livestock, but has simultaneously resulted in decreased flavor in food.