Micro Greens: Small Plants with Big Flavor!

We’re always looking for ways to make our great tasting flatbreads even more delicious, and perhaps the smallest way to do this, literally, is by using micro greens tucked inside our wraps and sandwiches, and even scattered on freshly baked flatbread pizzas. Nothing adds the crunch and texture of tender, crisp baby plants! Loaded with

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Everybody Salsa!

My neighbor adores salsa dancing, and when she was single, she used to go out almost every night and dance until the wee hours. Dressed to the nines, in super-high heels and gorgeous long hair- I bet her dance card was always filled! While I’ve never learned to officially salsa dance, outside of a Zumba

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Winning Breakfast Combinations for a Smart Start to Your Day

Making time for a balanced breakfast may help to start your day off on the right foot, especially if weight loss or maintenance is your goal. Although there is inconclusive evidence that breakfast contributes to better weight loss, research from the National Weight Control Registry, a database of individuals who have lost at least 30

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Easy Chicken Recipes!

If you’re like me, you get a lot of email. You might sign up for a lot of sweepstakes- who could, really, resist an all expenses paid trip to culinary Paris? Or a $30,000 kitchen makeover? But then, inevitably, you get put on a List. And another. And another. Until your inbox has thousands of

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I’m So Egg-Cited!

Eggs, such glorious food! So healthful and scrumptious! My neighbor’s family lives in rural Vermont, so last summer when she made the two day drive to visit her parents, I watered her plants and took in her mail. When she returned home, as a thank-you, she handed me a shoebox filled with four carefully wrapped

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Eat Healthier: Starting a Neighborhood Garden

If you live in a subdivision or neighborhood with even a small amount of public or common land available, you can bring your neighborhood closer together, teach children healthy life skills, and improve your diet by creating a community garden. Here’s how to get the ball rolling in your neighborhood. Do Some Research Spend an

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Should You Eat More Fat Than Protein?

Many people mistakenly believe that protein is the key of the three macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins and fats) we need for good health. However, protein is primarily a building block, while carbs and fats are fuels. Think about your car. It’s made of steel, but you don’t put steel in the tank to make it run.

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Ginger and Your Diet

You probably know ginger is a seasoning commonly used in Eastern cuisines, but those cultures also prize it for its medicinal values, as well. Ginger is used as a spice to add sweetness to foods, drinks, candies and sauces and you can buy it fresh, powdered, pickled, candied, or dried. Culinary Uses Cooks use ginger

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