With these pancakes, I took the delicious combination of orange and cranberry and then I threw in some pecans for a little extra fall flair!
These chocolate pudding cakes show you just how fabulous baking with duck eggs can be. For a special and slightly different take, I like to top these with blood orange sorbet.
I love Buddha Bowls not just for their versatility, but there’s something so cozy and perfect about digging into a wholesome Buddha Bowl while curled up on the couch watching Netflix.
These ponzu pickled tomatoes are tangy, sweet, citrusy, with a little bite from the garlic and red pepper flakes. It makes the perfect topper for the creamy homemade ricotta.
What makes this cornbread unique is the addition of cheese and chilies, yet it’s still sweet with the addition of honey.
This Keto Chocolate Cake is incredibly indulgent thanks to the butter, cream cheese, and sour cream and sweet thanks to the brown “sugar” from Swerve. I love the way the brown sugar flavor goes with the chocolate.
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It got me thinking about real food and why that’s good for us. I’m guessing I’m like you: I want to feel my best, be my strongest. And I don’t want to spend a lot of time fiddling in the kitchen. For our bodies, the best fuel is real food and it’s the easiest to prepare.
The prevalence of food allergy in the adult population of the United States has been estimated at about 9 percent. Yet the true rate and severity of food allergies among U.S. adults is largely unknown. So a group of researchers, many associated with Northwestern University, decided to look into it.
Gastroenterologist Peter H.R. Green, MD, is one of the nation’s leading experts and researchers on celiac disease.