“While some soups and stews require hours of slow simmering to achieve their fullest flavor, long cooking times aren’t always required, and it’s indeed possible to turn out a ready-to-eat bowl in well under an hour. Guy Fieri’s big-batch recipe for Ginger-Carrot Soup (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine is one such fuss-free dish, as it can be simply and quickly prepared on a weeknight…” read more
School lunch needed a makeover. Here’s what it looks like.
A new study suggests the “resistant” starch, found in root vegetables, grains and legumes, may reverse some of the damaging effects of red meat on cells.
The city wants more steps, and more people to climb them, because of the research showing health benefits to taking the stairs.
Southern Cooking Staple May Also Aid in Treating Obesity-Related Cardiovascular Disorders.
Farmers’ markets are becoming more and more ubiquitous. Use this map to find the one nearest your home.