Cozy up with a warming juice made from fresh herbs that give it a cold-busting kick. This juice is also lower in sugar, making it a healthy choice for those looking to cut sugar intake.
I love this tea and find it a wonderful winter warmer! The first time I made it from scratch I was in the home of an Indian family whom I had met through my work in London and I fell in love. They offered me tea and asked if I was okay to have an Indian tea, ‘of course I was happy to have what they were having’ but when the tea maker didn’t come back for half an hour I was curious as to what on earth he had been up to. I then learn they didn’t just pour hot water onto a bag and stir in milk!
This time of year, is great for cooking brussels sprouts. They’re readily available, easy to cook, delicious, and are versatile in terms of sauces, flavors and dressings to serve them with. With the cold weather in the U.S., this spicy and fresh dish is perfect to liven up the sprouts in your fridge.
The sugar pumpkin packs blood-pressure stabilizing potassium, as well as vitamins A, C, and E. Pumpkin is also a good source of iron, a mineral that helps carry oxygen to your muscles. Cook up some pumpkin with this cozy meal that is easy to make and is loaded with heart-healthy, and immune-boosting nutrients.
Baby it’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean there’s not delicious and nutritious vegetables to nosh on. Winter brings us our stand-bys like potatoes, onion, carrots, cabbage, beets, and winter squash, but there’s plenty more veggies that can add holiday cheer. Why not try experimenting with Jerusalem artichokes, parsnips, burdock, kohlrabi, celeriac, turnips, and […]
Every season brings it’s own basket of delicious and nutritious produce. Not sure what to eat when? Here’s some guidelines to keep in mind, no matter where you hang your hat! SPRING: For those of you who live in areas where the winter months bring snow and freezing temperatures, the first signs […]
If you prefer Mojitos to mulled cider you want to read these simple tips for beating the winter blues: As tempting as it is to keep refueling with hot coffee, try substituting green and/or white teas. High in antioxidants (link to antioxidant blog), these teas will perk you up without letting you crash down. Eat […]