No, THIS Popular Restaurant Dish Is NOT Healthy

When I was growing up in the south of France, my mother would always cook a lot of food. Every single meal started with a first course (out of 4!), which was always either salad or soup. Starting with a “first-course” soup is great. It brings much-needed water to your...

Red Quinoa, Artichokes, and Parsley Salad

For the 7 to 8 days of Passover, Jewish families are celebrating freedom from slavery and flight from Egypt. And it all starts with the Seder, where the story of the exodus is told, and elaborate food and wine customs take place. Artichokes and parsley are both...

Zucchini’s Little-Known Fat-Burning Secret

Spring is finally here. Time to take the grill out and get ready for warmer weather, and fresh, healthy foods that you can enjoy until the end of the summer. Talking about grilling and summer, there is one of my recipes that hasn’t received the attention it deserves....