Here is day 2 of our cook-along. We are cooking through Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution cookbook, and the recipes for today are: Spring Vegetable and
Here are the recipes we cooked tonight for our Jamie's Food Revolution Cook-along. Meatballs and Pasta pg. 151 Dressed Green Salad pg. 102 French Dressing
In case you missed our last post, we have started a fun new cooking adventure that we are inviting you to join. We are cooking
These are my all time favorite brownies. They use cane sugar and 100% whole wheat flour. Their only real sin is the liberal use of
For a few years now I have been a bit of a sugar nazi in our home. I don't let the stuff in and I
This is the perfect time of year for a hot, baked breakfast. It will also help you use up the last of that 50 pound
Photo by sweetonveg Wheat and dairy are two of the most allergenic foods today. When a member of the family is diagnosed with a food
Fall is a fabulous time for menu planning and eating, isn’t it? Everything is plentiful in September and the cooler temperatures lure us back into
Recently, I shared a printable on Life…Your Way to help my readers keep track of the “dirty dozen” and “clean fifteen” when purchasing produce. These
A couple of weeks ago, I told you how the improved Friends feature makes it incredibly easy to share recipes with friends and family so
Photo by Shaina @ Food for My Family Summer’s almost over, and I’m looking forward to fall and all the goodness it brings with it
One of the features of Plan to Eat that has the most potential to change the way my family eats is the Friend feature, which
Can I tell you a secret? I’m a terrible cook. I’m getting better the more I practice, but the truth is that I over think
Changing your diet from processed, unhealthy foods to fresh, healthy ones doesn’t come easily for most people. It takes time and effort — to read
Garlic is often touted as a super food, with health benefits ranging from clearing up acne and lowering blood pressure to slowing cancer growth and
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