After dying in yoga this morning (thank you, Elizabeth!) I was craving protein. What I really wanted was a tuna salad sandwich, but with all that mayonnaise and added saturated fat I knew I should eat something a bit lighter and healthier. Something that would feed my body better. So, I looked in my cupboard… Continue reading Protein Powerhouse: Tuna and Cannellini Bean Salad
Over the weekend I couldn’t help myself at the grocery store and bought several ears of fresh white corn. I haven’t had much of this summer sweetie and now that I’ve bought so much I’ll need to come up with some easy recipes. Here’s a super-quick recipe for succotash—sans lima beans. This recipe doesn’t require… Continue reading Updated Succotash
This Labor Day weekend, my boyfriend BH and I wanted to get out of town, but couldn’t find a hotel. So, instead we opted to stay local and just enjoy Los Angeles. Saturday I was thrilled to realize the Greek Festival was going on in Long Beach. For some reason, I simply can’t miss a… Continue reading Labor Day Weekend
This trendy concept is a bit difficult to define. Recently The Atlantic devoted an entire article about the inability to officially define this increasingly popular idea. But, there does seems to be a broad consensus among experts that sustainable food/eating is a system in which farmer/animal/food/consumer/environment/ are inextricably linked. One always affects the other. For… Continue reading What Exactly is Sustainable Food?
Yes, I am a foodie. But isn’t everyone these days? What makes me think that I have stumbled upon a secret love of food only shared by the select few? Of course I haven’t. Years ago, perhaps this idea of a secret foodie club might hold some truth. Before the advent of Food Network, Ina… Continue reading Foodie Revolution?