by Marge Perry in Grilling, Healthy Recipes, August 13, 2016
by Karen Ostergren in Uncategorized, February 6, 2010
We deconstructed — and then reconstructed! — all the great flavors of Buffalo chicken wings into this meal that’s much healthier but tastes just as satisfyingly decadent.
Here’s what we did:
• We packed more flavor into every bite by taking the skin off. Sure, that sounds counterintuitive, but with the skin off, the powerfully flavorful glaze permeates every juicy bite. We saved about 60 calories per thigh, and more than half the saturated fat.
• We got more cheese bang for our buck by crumbling strongly flavored blue cheese into small bits. Again, this ensures we get the flavor in every bite. The stronger the flavor of your cheese, the less you’ll need.
Here’s the real kicker to these Buffalo chicken thighs: No one ever need know they’re healthier, and it won’t occur to them to ask — because, yes, they taste that outrageously good. Read more
by Toby Amidor in Healthy Holidays, Healthy Recipes, Healthy Tips, December 29, 2008
Super Bowl Sunday ranks second — behind only Thanksgiving — for most food eaten in a single day. All those wings, pizza, creamy dips and beverages can rack up calories and fat pretty quickly. The hours of sitting and watching the game doesn’t help either.
Check out this week’s list of reader comments for ways to avoid penalties for overdoing it during the big game. And because Super Bowl snacks can turn into quite a spread, read up on strategies for staying healthy when hitting a buffet.
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You may not want all those holiday sweets and treats. Offer your guests an alternative at your holiday or New Year’s party and try a sampling of simple, light nibblers. Here are a few of our favorite appetizer ideas, all under 250 calories per serving.
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