Here’s a rough look at the foods I have in my kitchen. There are times I run out of something and don’t replace it until a particular menu or recipe comes up that’s on slow rotation, but I’m lucky enough to have a walk-in pantry, so I can afford to stock up.
Brown rice (short grain, … Read more
Nothing like going low sodium to suddenly realize just how much one has been depending on salt and salty condiments for flavor 🙁
That said, it became a fun challenge to figure out how to do it…and the answer is “Bump up the strong flavors.”
Here are my favorite (currently!) no-salt seasonings:
TOMATO-BASED Sun-dried tomatoes, salsa+cilantro, tomato sauce-fennel-bay-saffron, tomato sauce+low-fat … Read more
Here’s a helpful kitchen knives infographic I found on Fix.com…enjoy!
Source: Fix.com… Read more
“Glycemic index refers to a food’s ability to raise blood sugar to a particular level within a given period of time. Glycemic index applies only to carbohydrate foods because they are the foods that most affect blood sugar levels.” [WebMD.com]
“Glycemic index should not be used in isolation and other nutritional factors — calories, fat, fiber, vitamins, and … Read more
My sweetie and I were talking about core kitchen tools the other evening (yes, we do that sort of thing). Anyway, we were talking about early French cooking and our own early college-days kitchens, whittling down the list to an absolutely necessary, bare bones list. If you could see our kitchen, you’d know how hilarious this concept is…it’s a walking … Read more