With a master’s degree in gastronomy, this girl’s got food on the brain! Allison’s a Philly native and recent transplant to LA. When she’s not exploring the local food scene, she loves snacking on homemade goodies in front of the TV with her husband.
There are many articles out there explaining what to avoid eating during pregnancy, but maybe they’ve left you wondering what you should be eating. Read on to find out.
Avocados are delicious, but do you know what makes them good for you? Read on to find out.
Barbecue season is in full swing and that means you’re going to need some tasty BBQ side dishes. Read on our top 10 suggestions to do them the healthy way.
Tired of salads that are made mostly of lettuce? Here are 5 nutritious options that don’t rely on lettuce.
It’s almost summertime and you know what that means… cherry season! Not only are these treats sweet to eat, they’re great for your health, too.
Everyone makes traditional Italian food their own, depending on the region, the season, and the info that our grandparents passed down to us. Here’s my version.
Despite what you might have heard about a place, you have to experience it yourself to get a true feel for it. Thus, my take on traditional German food.
Maybe you’ve heard of yerba maté, but do you know what it is, where it comes from or what potential health effects are associated with it? Read on to find out.
Traditional Russian food, a rare find in many parts of the US, has a long and interesting history. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
Almonds are high in antioxidants, heart healthy, and they might even help you to lose weight and keep it off! We’ll show you all the health benefits of almonds.
What we might consider as traditional Brazilian food today is the result of centuries of colonization, a blending of widespread cultures and cuisines.
Though I have yet to venture into the realm of making traditional Spanish food in my own kitchen, I love a good tapas meal and I know you will, too.
Making traditional Indian food at home doesn’t have to be a mystery. With a few simple tips you can become a chef of Indian cuisine.
When pondering foods high in potassium, there’s one go-to item that tops most people’s lists. You guessed it: bananas! But there’s so much more to potassium-rich foods.
You’ve probably heard all about the culinary grape seed oil benefits from your BFF or your favorite cooking show. Science & history reveal why they’re wrong.
Magnesium probably isn’t something that you think a whole lot about. Sure, you’ve heard of it. But what does it do? How much do you need? Read on to find out.
Struggling to shop for groceries that will make you healthy and happy? Check out these simple tips on how to make a healthy grocery list and have some fun with it.
The benefits of pineapple are that it’s juicy, sweet, delicious… and good for you, too! It’s an endless factory of vitamins, so dig in!
Fun in the sun, fish and milk all serve as good sources of vitamin D. Not your cup of tea? A supplement may be the answer.
Nobody ever said healthy food had to be flavorless! It might even help you to shed a few excess pounds. Here’s how.
Protein is an essential part of a balanced diet. Too much and you gain weight, too little and you risk getting sick. Here’s a guide to foods high in protein for optimal health.
Stop! Step away from that cheeseburger and gigantic soda. Let’s take a moment and check out the menu. Healthy fast food options exist, but you’ve got to order carefully. Here’s how.
Just because you’re gluten-free doesn’t mean you can’t have your chocolate cake – and eat it too!
The US is known for low food costs paired with ridiculously high levels of food waste. Before you toss that “trash,” check out these simple edible solutions.
For an added boost of flavor, not to mention nutrition, Greek yogurt is where it’s at.
Looking for a little something to punch up the nutrient content (and maybe add a little excitement) to your regularly scheduled meals? Seeds are the answer!