All Posts By Dana Angelo White

10 Healthy Flavor-Boosters

by in Healthy Tips, September 8, 2010
Orzo with Herbs
Herbed Orzo - Photo Courtesy Food Network Magazine

Who says tasty foods needs to be high in calories? We’ve created a hit list of flavor boosting ingredients. So bring on the big flavor, no — huge flavor for a minimal amount of calories.
See all 10 fab flavor boosters

Dressing Up Rotisserie Chicken

by in Healthy Recipes, September 7, 2010
Ellie's Chicken-Stuffed Burrito
Ellie's Rotisserie Chicken-Stuffed Burrito Verde

When it comes to store-bought options, a rotisserie chicken can be one of the healthiest ways to get lean protein on the table, fast! But don’t settle for plain chicken — here’s how to turn the supermarket staple into inventive, healthy dinners.

Use rotisserie chicken tonight »

Market Watch: Mars and Jupiter Grapes

by in Farmers' Market Finds, September 2, 2010

grapes

Get an astronomy lesson and an after-school snack wrapped into one with these incredibly gorgeous grapes. Mars and Jupiter grapes are hitting the market now — find out why they’re out of this world.

Learn more, plus 2 grape snack recipes »

Healthy Swaps: School Lunches

by in Back to School, Healthy Recipes, Healthy Tips, Kid-Friendly, August 31, 2010
Oatmeal Cookies
Oatmeal Cookies - Photo Courtesy Food Network Magazine

We’re celebrating Back To School week on Healthy Eats, and we know that packing a healthy noon meal that your kids will actually eat can be tricky. We took a look at some less-than-healthy school lunch staples and gave them an upgrade. Tuck these better (but still yummy) options into your little one’s lunchbox.

Give your lunchbox a nutrition boost »

5 Fresh Ideas For School Lunches

by in Back to School, August 31, 2010
Easy, Kid-Friendly Taco Bar Take-to-School Taco Bar

When peanut butter and turkey have you and your kids yawning, here are 5 fresh school lunch ideas to add to the mix.

5 quick, easy lunches »

5 Days Of Quick & Easy Weeknight Dinners

by in Healthy Recipes, August 30, 2010
Brisket Sandwich
Slow-Cooker Brisket Sandwich - Photo Courtesy Food Network Magazine

It’s tough getting back into the swing of things after the lazy days of summer — don’t let dinner be a source of stress. Here’s a week’s worth of healthy menus for even the busiest weeknights.

Get our quick, easy dinner ideas »

5 Ingredients: Cantaloupe Soup

by in 5-Ingredient Recipes, August 25, 2010
Dana's 5-Ingredient Melon Soup
Dana's 5-Ingredient Melon Soup

It’s been a hot and humid summer – cool off with this refreshing and light no-cook soup. It’s a snap to make, and has only 5 ingredients.

Get the simple no-cook soup recipes »

Gluten Free For A Day

by in Gluten-Free, August 24, 2010
Pepper-Jack Chicken with Succotash - Photo by Antonis Achilleos/Food Network Magazine

Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham and Chelsea Clinton are all touting the virtues of a gluten-free diet. But many folks forget that a big part of gluten-free cooking is simple, fresh, and minimally-processed ingredients. Here’s a day’s worth of delicious and nutritious recipes that also happen to be free of gluten, including a gluten-free chocolate chip cookie recipe!

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Melon 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, August 23, 2010
Watermelon Salad
Grilled Watermelon Salad

Nothing says summer like biting into a wedge of juicy melon, from cantaloupe to watermelon to casaba. While simple snacking is tasty, we’ve got five more ways to devour this seasonal goodie.

5 more ways to love melon »

Market Watch: Seasonal Tomato Jam

by in Farmers' Market Finds, In Season, Tomatoes, August 18, 2010
Dana's Tomat Jam
Dana's Tomato Jam

When I have a surplus of tomatoes from my CSA, garden and trips to the farmers’ market, it’s time to make a batch of finger-licking tomato jam.It’s spicy, it’s sweet and  it’s pretty irresistible. Spread it on sandwiches, whisk into salad dressing, or serve with crackers and some sharp cheddar cheese.

Get Dana’s Tomato Jam recipe »