Brussels sprouts get a bad rap.
This cruciferous vegetable is loaded with health benefits (among them fiber, vitamins C and K, and folate), yet it’s often referred to as the dreaded vegetable all kids hate. When I was a kid, I never ate Brussels sprout; I don’t even think they were offered to me. It was probably assumed I wouldn’t like them (granted, I was a picky eater, so it was likely a correct assumption). But as an adult and self-professed foodie, I have come to love Brussels spro… read more »
As promised, here is the first of some of the new recipes I made this past Thanksgiving. But first, a little summary of how I came up with this idea. You may remember that a few weeks ago I took part in the Recipe ReDux California Table Grapes competition, for which I grilled grapes and shallots and added them to farro. The combination of the caramelized grapes and shallots, along with the distinctive flavor of rosemary was fabulous – sweet and savory at once!
I knew I needed to use this mixture a… read more »
Due to Thanksgiving week, we will be skipping the regularly scheduled Menu Plan Monday post. Instead, enjoy this Thanksgiving post written by nutrition student and Nutritioulicious blogger Rosemary Squires!
The leaves have fallen and the air has gotten a little cooler, and that means it’s time for the holiday season and food-filled parties to begin! As tempting as it may be to indulge in all the special treats that abound this time of year, remember the key to a Nutritioulicious lifestyle is t… read more »