All Posts By Katie Cavuto-Boyle

Food for Sight

by , November 5th, 2012

carrots
It’s a well-known fact that carrots are good for your eyesight, but did you know there are several nutrients that can keep your eyes healthy throughout your life? A healthy diet may help reduce the risk of vision issues like cataracts, glaucom...

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Seasonal Ingredient Apothecary

by , October 14th, 2012

beet and apple salad
Eating seasonally is a delicious option for many reasons. Not only are you getting produce at the peak of its flavor, you are also getting it at the peak of its nutrition. While it can be sad to see the summer tomatoes, berries and corn disappear fr...

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All About Sprouts

by , September 27th, 2012

sprouts
Sprinkled on a salad, tossed in a stir-fry or stuffed in a sandwich, sprouts are tasty seeds that pack a nutritional punch. There is a sprout for every taste preference, including bean, alfalfa, pea, clover and broccoli sprouts, to name a few, as we...

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Modernize Your Bagged Lunch

by , September 7th, 2012

lentil quinoa salad
With back-to-school season in full swing, talk of bagged lunches is a regular most mom-groups. As many of us do, we put more time into our kids and what they are eating and let our own diets fall by the wayside. Well, bagged lunches are not just for...

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Cooking With Wood Planks

by , July 28th, 2012

cedar planked salmon
Cedar and other wood-plank cooking is probably one of the oldest “new” food trends around. It’s a technique that was used by the Northwest Native Americans to roast fish, meats and fowl. Nowadays, adventurous chefs can choose between baking an...

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The Versatile Coconut

by , July 14th, 2012

coconut
For many people, coconuts conjure up an image of a tropical island vacation but this versatile fruit has far more benefits and applications than flavoring  a piña coladas. Coconuts have been studied for their antimicrobial, antiviral and immune bo...

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Win Driscoll’s Berries!

by , July 11th, 2012

raspberries
Nothing beats a bowl full of fresh strawberries in the summer! Sure, their sweet, sometimes tart flavor plucked from the pack and popped into your mouth is the perfect summer treat but they can be used in a variety of recipes and are oh-so-good for ...

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Cooking with Tea

by , June 24th, 2012
mint tea

Tea -- it's for more than sipping.

A few weeks back we talked about the different types of teas and why they are so good for you. This week I wanted to expand on the topic because believe it or not, you can do more with tea than just drink it. Te...

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