EatingWell Blogs (Page 9)
A great dip is the kind of nibble that makes entertaining easy. These 6 dips take just a few minutes to make and are loaded with healthy and easy-to-find ingredients. Just a little chopping, layering, stirring or pulsing and you’re ready to party!
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A well-seasoned cast-iron skillet is virtually nonstick, so it’s worth taking the time to season (or reseason) correctly. If you have a new skillet or an old one you want to rehab, the method is the same:
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• Cover the bottom of the pan with a thick layer of kosher salt.
• Add about half an inch of oil and place over high heat.
• When the oil starts to smoke, pour the salt and oil into a heatproof bowl to cool before discarding.
• Using a ball of paper towels, rub the inside of the pan until smooth.
• When you clean your cast-iron skillet, don’t use soap or a dishwasher. Just scrub it with a stiff brush and...read full post »
I have a CSA share—that means I pay in advance to get a bag of vegetables each week from a local farm. I typically get a squash in the cooler months so I'm always on the hunt for new squash recipes.
Luckily my family loves to eat squash. And that's a good thing, as all varieties give you a big bang for your nutrition buck. One cup of cooked winter squash is high in both vitamin A (214% of the recommended daily value) and vitamin C (33%), as well as being a good source of vitamins B6 and K, potassium and folate.
Here are 6 of my favorite varieties plus delicious squash recipes to cook. Many squash varieties are interchangeable, so don't be afraid to experiment....read full post »
You probably already know that you're supposed to be eating fish twice a week. Fish are a lean, healthy source of protein—and the oily kinds, such as salmon, tuna, sardines, etc., deliver those heart- and brain-healthy omega-3 fats you've probably also heard you should be getting in your diet. (Find out if you need an omega-3 supplement here.)
Featured recipe: Garlic Roasted Salmon...read full post »
There's nothing more comforting than coming in from a cold day to a bowl of piping-hot soup. And this Slow-Cooker French Onion Soup recipe has become my go-to. Here's why.
My family has their favorites—Dad always wants chicken noodle soup with matzo balls and Mom prefers seafood-heavy cioppino—but since learning to make French onion soup in culinary school, I can't get enough of the cheesy-topped broth. It only requires a few staple ingredients, but every bite feels so luxurious.
Creating the best, sweet...read full post »