Nourishing Meals. Healthy. Happy. Life. Food Network - Easy Recipes, Healthy Eating Ideas and Chef Recipe Videos. Healthy Eats - Food Network's Healthy Eating Blog. How to Build a Healthier Pasta Salad by Toby Amidor in Healthy Tips, May 28, 2015 One of the most-popular sides during barbecue season is pasta salad.
Gobs of mayo or glugs of oils, however, can turn those options into about 400 calories and 500 calories per one-quarter cup, respectively, easily sabotaging any pasta salad. Here are five simple steps you can follow to make a perfectly healthy pasta salad. Read more How to Pack a Healthy Picnic — Summer Soiree by Emily Lee in Healthy Recipes, May 28, 2015 The season of alfresco dining is upon us, which means it’s time to dust off your red-and-white-checkered blanket and head to the park for a summer feast. 5 Amazing Wheat Berry Recipes by Abigail Libers in Healthy Recipes, May 27, 2015 Wheat berries might sound exotic, but you’ve had them before, most likely in their ground form — aka whole-wheat flour.
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So dare I say spring is here? This dish says so. It’s loaded with veggies, which is a great way to keep pasta portion controlledand the bright lemony flavor throughout from the pasta and the seasoning adds an extra spring zing. Ingredients: 1 package (8oz) Trader Joe’s Lemon Pepper Pappardelle Pasta 2 cups cherry tomatoes 1 bag sugar snap peas, cut into smaller pieces 1 1/2 cup shredded carrots 1 package savory tofu, diced 1 package sliced baby bella mushrooms olive oil salt Mrs. Prepare the pasta according to package directions. Cauliflower Tempeh Rice Pilaf with Peas and Raisins. Vegetarian Recipes - The Healthy Apple. Cooking gluten-free is easy—and tastes better than you'd ever expect. What's That Smell? - Brand Ambassador, Health & Fitness Mom Blog. Piece of Cake. The ‘yum’ blog. Subbus Kitchen - Brahmin Recipes made easy! November 2008. Thanks a lot to Smitha & Lakshmi for passing on these beautiful awards to me.
Awards inspire & encourage people to keep going. I sincerely feel that they are like energy boosters :). Now, let me share with you all, how & why I started blogging.. I was such a busy lady for atleast a decade.., 97 started my engineering (with full josh, dreaming big) & 2001 completed my engineering. I could not even spend a month for myself, as I was lucky enough to get selected in campus recruitment & joined my first company.., then on started my career.., parallelly got married, had a kid, but never took a break from my career. I felt all of a sudden, my life has become standstill, when I first became a full time home maker. Time for MEME 7 Things I Say More Often1. 7 things I did before1. 7things I do now:1. 7 things I want to do ( not sure whether I can write 7!
7 things that attract me about opposite sex1. Here are my awardsLakshmi of Taste Of Mysore has given me the below awards.. Ruchi Ruchi Adige. N e i v e d y a m. Food, In The Main... When I tasted cornbread for the first time (I made it myself) I have to say that I was not particularly impressed – it was so bland!
Now, I know that at that point, I considered all foods bland that were not chilli-hot. That’s an attitude endemic to (most of) us Indians because so much of our food contains chillies and/or strong spices and flavourings. If you’re used to loading vegetables with lots of masala, for instance, plain boiled green beans with just salt and pepper would definitely be termed as “bland”. It’s not just vegetarians, either – even non-veg Indians find it difficult to face plain roasted chicken (or other meat)… they usually like their meat cooked in a spicy sauce or maybe coated in a fiery masala. I remember going with my friend Lakshmi (or KiwiGee fame, such as it is) to a restaurant in Mount Road that specialised in “western” food (I cant remember the restaurant name now, it was many years ago while I was working in the Indian Express). Ingredients: Method: Fatfree Vegan Recipes.
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