Disclaimer – I am not here to single out any food brands. I am teaching about reading food labels in general. What’s the difference? Carbohydrates are large sugar or starch molecules. Sugars are simple molecules in the form of granules or syrup. When the label says “no sugar added” this means sugar in some shape or form of granules or syrups were not added. This … Continue reading Insight of the day: No sugar added, does not mean carbohydrate free!
SAVE THE DATE WALK FOR HUNGER SUNDAY MAY 4TH 2014 It is that time of year again~ On Sunday, May 4th, I will be participating in Project Bread’s 2014 Walk for Hunger. I hope that you will support me in my efforts to raise money to help end hunger in Massachusetts! Check out my direct web page to donate! http://support.projectbread.org/site/TR/Walk/General?px=1364781&pg=personal&fr_id=1230 Join my team: Title Boxing … Continue reading Walk for Hunger! 2014
Significance of the date; July 23rd, 1984? Yup it was that time of year again, the day baby Nina was brought into the world! Last weekend was fun, but of course I had to do something food related to make my day exceptional. It was a quiet day that included a stop in downtown Tarpon Springs. What did I find you might ask! Coffee! Espresso, … Continue reading July 23!
Banana Bread: Just the sound of it brings some kind of comfort to the mind. Bananas are a wonderful fruit. I have been trying to master this recipe, like any other, for quite some time. I found a really simple recipe on-line and tweaked it. The key to making a successful banana bread really is less flour and more banana. The original recipe is from … Continue reading Amazing Banana Bread!
It is a new year indeed. With new goals and motivations set, I am off to a running start, literally. My new year is off to a fast pace and this year I am setting the bar high. It is going to be a challenging one! These past few days I have been working on creating some tips and strategies to boost start my plan … Continue reading Happy New Year! 2012
Several attempts to make the perfect cookie have been underway… and there are even more attempts to be made. However, through experimentation and putting twists and turns on the original chocolate chip cookie recipe, I have made progress. 1) First attempt: I used traditional ingredients but replaced one of the sticks of butter with a banana. They were pretty good. 2) Second attempt: I took … Continue reading Cookies! Take one!