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.
After weeks (and weeks) of skimming books, sketching logos, making lists and lists of names and then lists and lists from those names and more logo sketches, I’ve finally figured out the name of this thesis project. I give you U Chews. I am currently working on the logo as well as certain aspects of … Continue reading The thesis project has a name: U Chews
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
A fantastic infographic by Massive Health on the best foods to grab when you’re hungry. As stated in the article: Bananas may have more nutrients but they fill you up and give you the same sugar crash as a cookie. Some foods fill you up and others leave you feeling hungry. There’s a science to that: it’s called … Continue reading Are bananas as bad for you as cookies?
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
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
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