One simple way to make your diet more healthy is to eat more herbs and spices. One of my favorites is in this week’s Eat Well Live Well Recipe: cilantro! The health benefits associated with cilantro are extensive but it gets major recognition for diabetic support. In fact, cilantro is known in some parts of Europe as the “anti-diabetic plant.” In parts of India it is renowned for its anti-inflammatory benefits and in the United States used for fighting cholesterol.
Halibut are truly a nutrient-dense food. A very good source of high quality protein, halibut are rich in significant amounts of a variety of important nutrients including the minerals selenium, magnesium, phosphorous and potassium; the B vitamins B12, niacin, and B6; and perhaps most important, the beneficial omega-3 essential fatty acids.
Chef Ulrich shares with us some secrets to cooking chicken to perfection! This week’s recipe is a great example of chicken’s versatility. It can be roasted, broiled, grilled or poached and combined with a wide rage of herbs and spices. It’s no wonder chicken is the world’s primary source of animal protein and a healthy alternative to red meat.
Chef Ulrich shares with us a tasty appetizer recipe that’s healthy! What a nice refreshing alternative to those pre-made dips and salsas! Enjoy!
I love breakfast! This week Chef Ulrich is whipping up a balanced but not bland Breakfast Quesadilla. Sausage, shrimp and peppers – YUM!