It’s prime time for summer vacations, and no matter which mode of transportation you are taking to get wherever you’re going, you’re likely going to need a snack or two along the way. This month’s Recipe ReDux theme is the perfect answer to the question “what’s a healthy snack to bring on the road?”
Have Snacks. Will Travel.… read more »
There are a number of healthy snacks that I recommend – some more conducive for traveling by plane, others better for car
Flaxseeds and chia seeds are all the rage these days. You’ve probably read multiple articles about them and seen them on the ingredient lists of new products on supermarket shelves, but do you know what they actually are and what benefit they provide you? Here, Nutritioulicious contributor Rosemary Squires tells you all about flaxseeds. And stay tuned for a post about those chia seeds you keep seeing pop up all over the place!
What are the nutritious components of flaxseeds?… read more »
Flaxseeds have been s
Traditional Thai recipes use many different herbs, spices, sauces, pastes, and condiments to achieve a variety of sweet, salty, sour, and spicy flavors. Some of my favorites are ginger, cumin, cilantro, mint, chili, curry powder, coconut milk, fish sauce, lime, and soy sauce. Many of these ingredients are used in my recent Coconut-Lime Chicken recipe, so when trying to figure out what to make as a side dish I decided to go with a rice noodle dish that contained vegetables and more of the delicio… read more »
Typical BBQ fare consists of burgers, hot dogs, chips, mayo-drenched potato salad and cole slaw. Unfortunately, indulging in this array of food all summer long won’t do much good for your waistline. Sure, an occasional hot dog and small portion of the calorie-laden sides is perfectly fine, but you might want to consider some healthier options. Here are some of my favorites!
Nutritioulicious Summer Recipes
Main Dishes:… read more »
Don’t limit yourself to beef burgers and nitrate-filled hot dogs. Throw
Chicken is one of the best sources of protein and one of the most commonly cooked foods at home. According to the National Chicken Council, over 80 pounds of chicken was consumed in 2012 – compare that to 57 pounds of beef and 45 pounds of pork. Clearly chicken is a front-runner in the recipe department. The problem for many people is they get bored with their chicken recipes. I know I do. How many times can you grill or roast chicken with the same sauce or rub? So I’m always trying to come up with… read more »