There was once a doctor named Denis Burkitt who became known as “fiber man”. The reason for this was his dedication to the study of dietary fiber on people’s health, especially with regard to things like heart disease and colon cancer. Dr.
Everyone’s in a hurry. They’ve got places to go, things to do, and people to see. Because of this, most folks don’t take the time to cook a meal, but instead rely on fast food or pre-packaged, pre-prepared and over-processed fare. Unfortunately, that’s why the state of health is what it is, at least in the U.S. This One Pot Harissa Freekeh recipe is a hopeful answer to that. It’s inexpensive, fast, easy, delicious, and super-healthy. It’s got a fiber, protein, and nutrition, all in good quantity.… Continue reading
It was literally 7 degrees fahreheit here this morning! This winter seems like it’s going to require a lot of soups and stews to keep me fueled up and warm, so today I changed up my game a little and prepared something a little different.… Continue reading
Now who doesn’t love spaghetti? Thankfully, this meal has a good amount of lycopene. Lycopene has been considered a potential agent for the prevention of some types of cancers. On top of the tomato goodness, I have added mushrooms, green pepper, onion, garlic, Italian seasoning, Himalayan salt, freshly ground pepper, fresh basil and a drizzle of olive oil in this vegetarian spaghetti recipe, so you won’t miss the meat.… Continue reading
It was a chilly evening yesterday. My husband covered our garden plants for fear of frost. It’s mid May here in Maryland, and the temperature has dropped to 32 degrees. As always, when it’s cold outside, I’m thinking soup. A warm cup of cream of broccoli & cauliflower soup will do the trick to warm us up in the meantime.… Continue reading
If you love eggplants, tomatoes and potatoes, then Moussaka is a perfect dish to try. It is common in Mediterranean cuisine, with several variations. Most versions are based primarily on sautéed or fried eggplant, tomato, and ground meat. That’s the way I grew up eating it.… Continue reading