Get your pen and paper ready because you’ll want to make a grocery list with my 29 Healthy Groceries You Should Be Buying at Walmart. And I should stress, these are healthy AND affordable. I’ll also share how I use them in my own kitchen!…
Hi blog friends!
Do you see all those little blog post sharing icons right above us. There – up just a little – under the title – to the left – those bright, colorful little boxes – yep, those!
The orange one is a YUM Button!
I’ll admit – it’s taken me a while to get on the Yummly train, but I’m so happy to be there! Yummly is like having your own cookbook right on the Internet and you get to choose which recipes you add to your cookbook. Except, instead of the word “Cookbook”, Yummly calls it your personal “Recipe Box.” And it’s free – no purchasing of actual cookbooks required.
This blog is very food- and recipe-focused. I don’t mention my credentials often. I don’t educate all that much. What I aim to do as a blogging dietitian is to cook and eat by example. I make delicious and beautiful meals. Mostly healthy meals. Always meals that nourish and satisfy. I also occasionally indulge and that’s reflected on my blog too. You’ll see desserts and outrageous sandwiches and cream sauce-this or cheesy-that. This is right in line with my Kitchen Philosophy — healthy meals are non-negotiable, but everything in moderation.
That being said, I’m proud to be a dietitian and there are so many of us out here who enjoy sharing our recipes, our stories, our ideas, our advice, our knowledge, and everything in between. I’ve gotten to know some of these RDs (Registered Dietitians) and RDNs (Registered Dietitian Nutritionists) over the past few months and I want you to meet them too! So here’s a (mostly) healthy recipe round up, featuring a lot of my colleagues. Get reading and eating with What to Eat in September.…
Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Do you have an Amazon Prime account? #obsessed
Amazon Prime is for all the last-minute people like me who wait until the day before Mother’s Day to even realize that tomorrow is Mother’s Day and then scramble for a gift while the stores are all crowded and sold out and then they are closing early because it’s Saturday and you should’ve asked your father for some gift ideas because you just have no clue.
If you don’t have Amazon Prime — I am here to kick your butt into gear. Here are some gift ideas. Mother’s Day is MAY 10. Now get to work!
While every other successful blogger is putting together lists of Best-Loved and Favorite Recipes of 2014, I thought I would put together a list of food and photo fails. There. were. so. many.
I’m a new blogger.
I’m a new photographer.
I still know nothing about food styling.
I’m only beginning to play around in the kitchen, creating my own recipes.
This list is really unreasonable. Unreasonably SHORT because there are so many more I could add to this list, but then I’d have to rename it “Stock the Kitchen Really Well.”
There are sooo many items I use on a daily basis. (Hello pots and pans and baking sheets.) Without those, these eight items would be useless. So I’m assuming that you have those basic things. I mean, even the BBF at least has a saucepan, a skillet, a baking sheet. If he’s got it, you got it.
And if you don’t, well, then you must eat a lot of take-out.