by Andrea Strong in Chefs and Restaurants, November 5, 2014
by Toby Amidor in Healthy Tips, May 17, 2011
One Girl Cookies is one of Brooklyn’s most-beloved bakeries. Gem-size butter cookies, cream-filled whoopie pies, swirl-topped cupcakes and frosted layer cakes make this shop, located on a tree-lined street in Cobble Hill, an oasis of sweetness. Since opening in 2005, husband-and-wife team Dave Crofton and Dawn Casale have created a neighborhood spot for life’s most delicious treats and most precious milestones. Open its glass-paned door and a bell jingles — friends meet, couples fall in love and toddlers take their first steps. The couple have opened a second, larger cafe in Dumbo, have written a cookbook and are planning a third cafe for Industry City in Sunset Park for early 2015.
Crofton, the baker, has created a breakfast menu that offers all sorts of wonderful ways to start your day right: a fruit, granola and yogurt bowl (both the granola and the yogurt are made in-house), as well as muffins, scones, and savory and sweet breakfast breads. While he is a baker, he’s also mindful of serving a breakfast menu that’s actually good for you. “I think about health a lot when I create breakfast recipes,” says Crofton. “You can easily include whole grains in most breakfast muffins, breads, and scones. It makes them heartier and more filing, which is an important way to start the day.”
by Toby Amidor in Food News, August 13, 2010
- Eggs and cheese: (nutritionally) better together.
Some foods just taste great together, like milk and cookies. But others pairs actually work together to help your body get the most nutrition bang for its buck. Here are 5 of the most powerful food combos.
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by Toby Amidor in Diets & Weight Loss, Food News, January 4, 2010
In this week’s nutrition news: Meatless Monday makeover, study shows label readers eat healthier and Europe faces cloned food controversy.
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by Katie Cavuto-Boyle in Uncategorized, May 31, 2009
Many people focus on losing weight this time of year, and often that means going on a diet. To help, we wanted to start a series looking at some popular ones. As always, Healthy Eats is about eating well every day — not encouraging crash diets or fad foods — but we still want you to know these diet basics.
First up: the Mediterranean Diet. Salmon, olive oil, red wine and almonds top the list of must-eat foods in this diet plan. They’re all healthy picks, but read on to learn if this diet is the right choice for you.
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by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Recipes, April 27, 2009
A healthy pantry is the building block for any wholesome meal. For some inspiration, I wanted to share a peek inside my kitchen’s pantry. This is what I always have on hand so I’m prepared on busy days when there’s not a lot of meal-planning time.
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by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Recipes, Healthy Tips, April 3, 2009
Olive oil is great for healthy cooking, but it’s also perfect for drizzling and dipping — add some garlic to it and I’m in heaven. Take advantage of this oil’s health benefits, and keep calories under control by limiting portions to 1 tablespoon. Serve with crusty bread, sliced pita or fresh veggies for dunking.
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Olive oil is the default healthy cooking oil these days. No doubt, you’ve heard it’s good for you, but do you know why or the different kinds? Learn their benefits and when to use them.
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