Salmon, strawberries, and avocado- you could hardly think up a healthier trio of ingredients. They come together here to create a meal that’s so refreshingly different and flavorful, “health” is about the last last thing you’ll think of when you enjoy it. This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($17; Running Press) by Jared Koch with Jill Silverman Hough.
There are so many reasons we’re big fans of Target but the explosion of the food section of the last few years has made shopping there even more enjoyable. Now in addition to filling our carts with all sorts of cute and clever items, a few smartly-packaged healthy-looking snacks usually end up in there as well because let’s face it: Who doesn’t love snacks?
Inflammation is a buzzword that we hear over and over (and over!) again. And it makes sense! Inflammation can cause a host of different symptoms — like joint pain, headaches, and skin rashes — and contributes to dozens of diseases, anything from depression to psoriasis to heart disease.
You may have recently noticed that the beverage section of your grocery store has expanded exponentially, especially when it comes to canned drinks that go beyond soda and seltzer.
Dinners that require one pan, whether they’re sheet pans, a skillet, or a pot, are dinnertime genius. They’re the key to getting something delicious and healthy on the table quickly, with a clean-up that’s even faster.
Instant couscous has so much going for it, but when it’s too damn hot to even turn on the flame under a pot, it’s incredibly handy. Simply use boiling water (okay, stock if you have it) and let it sit for a few minutes, covered to allow the liquid to be fully absorbed.