For those of you that are enthusiastically celebrating, Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
In honor of the day, we found a couple of interesting videos to share. Click here, for a short history of the holiday, and here for one explanation of why today everything in sight has suddenly turned green. (Well, maybe not here, where finding a shamrock would be a more daunting prospect than finding a needle in a haystack.) If you are looking to further indulge with a recipe, check here for a great green smoothie. So sit back with your favorite drink, and enjoy.
Açai is a family favorite throughout the year, but is especially welcome during the scorchingly hot summer days. It has become quite popular over the last couple of years and has been credited with many health and anti-aging benefits. We value it as a high anti-oxidant fruit that is adding nutritional value to our diet and also tastes delicious. One of the main plant chemicals in açai getting all the attention is a compound called anthocyanin, which is a flavonoid lending a red to purple color to fruits like grapes, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and, of cource, açai berries. Continue reading
This is a simple and very easy to make vegetarian lunch, or dinner. Especially, when you are in a hurry. It can be made in less than half an hour, and fits the bill for a quick bite of lunch, during one of our very busy days here at home. You could use any number of vegetables for this dish, so don’t let a lack of a particular vegetable stop you from making this dish. Continue reading