We scoured the web for the best March Madness dips so you can spend more time watching the games. These are our final four picks….
We’ve all been there… the freshman fifteen. It wasn’t pretty, but it sure was tasty! We’ll make it easy for you to relive your glory days by eating all your delicious college faves. …
You didn’t know you were hosting a March Madness party, did you? Well you are, and you only have a few hours to prepare. Don’t worry! We’ve got easy dips you can make in 3 ingredients with staples you already have in your kitchen.
There is nothing quite like a Sunday afternoon watching football and snacking on homemade dips. (Sure, sometimes I switch out football for reality TV, but one thing remains: the yummy food!)
When you’re “tailgating” at home and keeping a lot of hungry fans happy, I find it’s best to keep things simple.
Set up some dips: salsa, spicy guacamole, queso dip. If you’re feeling adventurous, it doesn’t have to be from a jar; I’ve started making the fastest salsa known to man when I have the extra ingredients….
The school year is still fresh, but if you’ve already run out of creative ways to make lunch, the prospect of brown bagging can begin to feel like a drag.
Improve your lunchbox IQ with a few smart lunch ideas for the kids (or yourself!). These tips from Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food Magazine will get you started on the right foot.
Don’t miss the One-Click Recipes from Everyday Food Magazine and more in our selection of Lunchbox Favorites!…
I challenge any willing takers to prove to yourself and those around you (I’m looking at all you role models out there!) that eating healthfully is possible, delicious and feels great.
Keep reading for the reasons why a One-Day Fresh Food Challenge is important, and my meal and snack ideas to get you started.
Why am I asking you to focus on just one day? As sure as a journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step, the diet to get to 100 years starts with a single bite.
Most of us need to make changes to the way we eat; many of us want to; and change is hard. So simply getting started is a big part of the battle!…
School’s out, summer’s here and the open road awaits. For thousands of families, that can mean only one thing: ROAD TRIP!
So many of my friends are new parents, and they’re always looking for ways to feed and entertain their kids on the road.
School’s out for summer! For some of us, the change in schedules means more family meals at home. Parents may be looking for new ideas that are healthy and easy to prepare; it certainly was a hot topic among parents last week at a nutrition workshop I hosted, so it’s been on my mind a lot lately!
I’ve gathered some of my favorite ideas to share from MyPlate, USDA, American Dietetic Association, and some of my own from my days teaching nutrition after-school programs in NYC elementary schools. Most of these kid-friendly ideas work just as well for adults looking for simple, healthy solutions. …