School meal programs lose funding if they don’t take the heavily subsidized factory-made, rationed trash made in factories. How backwards is that? … More What I Learned from Trying to Fix the School Lunch Program
No dish is more closely aligned with Spain’s image to the outside world than paella. It is a myth that paella takes all day to prepare. The trick to making the best paella ever is to approach it like.. … More The Best Paella Ever
Holiday meals are not complete without macaroni and cheese. This mac n’ cheese recipe gets rave reviews all year long and is picky eater approved! … More The Last Mac n’ Cheese Recipe You’ll Ever Need
Healthy cooking is about food that’s delicious and good for you, too! Our Holy Chow series is picky eater approved with recipes, tips, and more. … More Healthy Cooking People Actually Want to Eat
Children don’t have a penchant for sugar and garbage that will ruin their health. It is well-known that food manufacturers go to extraordinary lengths to infuse their pharmaceutical-esque frankenfoods with chemicals that excite dopamine in the brain effectively braking the feedback mechanisms that indicate satiety. The idea of ‘kid food’ is a modern invention by … More 4 Ways to Feed a Pain in the @$$ Picky Eater
To say that no other company is as hated as Monsanto is an understatement. The Monsanto name is toxic, driving away consumers who point to products like RoundUp, glyphosate and numerous GMO crops for health disorders ranging from autism and alzheimers to gluten intolerance and cancers. Our guest heretic is André Leu, author of The … More Which Pesticides Are Safe?; André Leu, author of The Myths of Safe Pesticides and Member of the Monsanto Tribunal
If “science” doesn’t know about a cure, does it really exist? In this episode, we learn how science is finally starting to catch up with the “quackery” of vitamins in fighting mental disorders and diseases. Deborah Pell Yaffee has been a new age thinker longer than most of us have even been thinking about holistic health. … More The Real Reason People Go “Crazy”; Nourishing the Whole Self with Deborah Pell Yaffee
N.B.: Before I describe the differences between a dietitian and a nutritionist, please note that this post is going to ruffle a lot of feathers. If you already feel that you know everything about nutrition or otherwise are prone to getting angry and lashing out, then you probably shouldn’t be surfing the web much less reading this … More What’s the Difference between a Dietitian and a Nutritionist?
I was so happy that the food on St. Martin was mainly good. Once I realized that there is virtually no source of fresh water on the island, I was worried what that meant for my 2 week vacation. We are foodies in our family, so going somewhere that has awful food (like Holland or … More Where to Eat in St. Martin
Because people had always touted the beauty of St. Martin, I always thought it would be a lush island with lots of natural resources. Instead, we found out that the island has virtually no natural water source. Without a natural source of water, there is no local food. Sure you might find the odd cow, … More Surprising facts about St. Martin
Let’s face it, hospitality is dead. It seems like you can’t go anywhere these days without somebody complaining about how whatever it is that you were eating or you’re serving in your holiday meal conflicts with their social or moral stance on something. Back in the day, when somebody went to another person’s house and … More Thanksgiving and the End to Hospitality
It is often said that you shouldn’t eat something that animals won’t eat. Soybeans immediately come to mind in this category as animals instinctively won’t eat it unless it is ground up into food that they normally would eat. Many processed foods also fit this category. People often notice that if they have processed food … More A Mouse Ate My Soap!