Welcome to another edition of the Real Food Kitchen Tour. This week we’re featuring Nicole Kraft, author of Natural Health at Home.
Archives for May 2012
Since I’ve been eating more carbs, one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast is hash browns.
Most of us don’t eat enough salt these days. Nothing like kicking off your morning and your metabolism with some salty, starchy hash browns.
Now you can make healthy and totally delicious hash browns at home. This recipe is a snap, especially if you have a food processor. Your family will love these hash browns!
A few short weeks ago, I got to speak at the Take Back Your Health Conference. What an awesome experience it was! I met so many great people and left feeling so inspired and renewed.
It’s almost summertime, and there’s nothing kids love more than popsicles. Unfortunately, the ones you get from the ice cream man are full of high-fructose corn syrup and food coloring.
My good friend Erin whipped up these easy fruit juice popsicles recently and served them for dessert to a passel of kids at a pizza making party.
These popsicles have zero added sugar. They’re just made with fresh-squeezed orange juice and coconut water.
I fell in love with Portuguese food the first time I had mariscada. In honor of our trip to Portugal this month, I wanted to share with you this wonderful recipe for Portuguese seafood stew.
Mariscada, made with broth and tomato puree, is not only delicious, but it’s also incredibly good for you. Shellfish, particularly mollusks, is very nutrient-dense. This is because you are eating the whole animal.