Grapes are a delicious fruit that can be used as a sweet snack, a naughty dessert, or even in a main dish to add some variety. (And let’s not forget that they’re the primary ingredient for le vin!) But not only do they taste great, they also contain all that good stuff that our body […]
If you have been hearing and reading a lot of about the risks of excess salt intake, today you might learn something new. In reality, salt is really not the villain it has been made to in the recent years. Let’s get it straight. Salt contains sodium and including salt in our everyday diet means […]
A special Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy New Year to all! This is my last podcast this year as I start a new business venture which you can see here: Facebook.com/VirtualPrivateChef. I love you all!
With the holidays in full swing, it’s easy to eat too much of the wrong things. If you’ve overindulged and feel the bloat, here are my tips for getting rid of excess gas and carb bloat.
Some of the most common complaints people make on a daily basis concern their skin health regard loss of glow, oily feeling, blemishes and unpleasant spots, clogged up pores, dull completion, etc. It doesn’t matter how thoroughly you wash your face; you can’t get it to look and feel completely clean. If any of these complaints […]
If you love to cook and you’re serious about doing it well – I mean restaurant standard food here – then there are a few things that you absolutely must have in your kitchen. Having these tools will make it so much easier for you to cook high-quality food that looks and tastes great… Sharp […]
I have to admit that my previous attempts to make cauliflower rice have bombed. The texture just wasn’t right and it was often too wet. But, now I’ve got it figured out… The secret is in frying the “rice” first. This seems to dry out the cauliflower, then adding moisture back in the form of […]
From a nutritional standpoint, eating fish on regular basis can do your body a lot of good. The American Heart Association recommends eating at least two servings a week, each amounting to 3.5 ounces of cooked fish, to supply your body with omega-3 fatty acids that are good for your heart. If you’re looking to […]
Recently, I tried the Blood Type Diet, developed by Dr. D’Adamo for Blood Type O. Here’s how my experience went so you can decide if it’s something you’d like to try.
Tis the season for everything pumpkin spice! Since you know I am not a proponent of sweets, I much prefer savory items that include that wonderful pumpkin spice flavor. Yes, these muffins are savory but they also include a hint of sweet. That’s what make them so delicious! Warning, as these muffins are baking – […]