My love for cilantro.

This morning I decided to start the day off right and make a delicious and nutritious breakfast. I was inspired after reading today’s post by the nice people over at Turntable Kitchen who offer up a wonderful variety of weekly recipes. Today’s recipe was for Avocado Toast with a Poached Egg, and since you already know my love … Continue reading My love for cilantro.

Food for Thought

Over the past year, I’ve been trying to cut back on the amount of meat that I am consuming, reasons being financial, moral and just health in general. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy a delicious steak every every now and then, but for the most part, I like to try to keep it to … Continue reading Food for Thought

History of Frozen Foods

This morning I came across an article from a fellow blogger over at Foodimentary, on A History of Frozen Foods. This is not an article on the history of frozen pizzas and hungry-man meals, but rather the history of quick-freezing fruits and vegetables at their peak ripeness, a concept developed in 1930. I found this article really … Continue reading History of Frozen Foods

Study: Convenience, Not Price, Limits Veggie Consumption

This morning, I came across an article by Fooducate that highlights a recent study published in Public Health Nutrition on the major factors that play a roll in people’s food purchases. A research paper published in Public Health Nutrition posits that price is less of a factor in deciding to buy vegetables and fruits. Rather, it’s the convenient access to … Continue reading Study: Convenience, Not Price, Limits Veggie Consumption

American Food Portions

Yesterday I was sent an interesting article, The Growth of American Food Portions, from JH that was posted on Visual News about America and our expanding waistlines. While I strongly believe that individuals are responsible for their own eating habits, the food industry is not helping in the least, with larger portion sizes of packaged foods … Continue reading American Food Portions