Tag: pomegranate

The Veggie Table: Quinoa with Brussels Sprouts and Pomegranate

by in The Veggie Table, October 8, 2013

In North America, the pomegranate season runs from late summer until early winter, making now the perfect time to start incorporating jewel-like pomegranates into meals and snacks. This dish has just four main ingredients (not including oil, salt and pepper), gets a nutty crunch from the walnuts and a burst of tart juice from theRead more

Inside Scoop: Hot New Foods

by in Food News, October 18, 2011

Is your head swirling with all the newest “healthy” products you see on market shelves? I just attended the annual Food & Nutrition Conference and Expo in San Diego, California where I was able to check out several hot new items. Here are my top 7 favorite finds.

Eating By Color: Red

by in Healthy Tips, February 10, 2011

Try to eat various colored food throughout the day. Each color contains different nutrients which are important to maintain a healthy diet. We told you all about the importance of eating orange-colored foods. February is Valentine’s Day and Heart Health month, so red seemed like the perfect color to cover.

Reading List: Fat Blasters Approved, POM’s Questionable Claims & Lunchboxes, Exposed

by in Food News, October 1, 2010

In this week’s nutrition news: Ben & Jerry’s drops “natural,” study finds children don’t drink enough fluids and fat blasters approved by the FDA

Weekly Bits: Talkin' Tuna

by in Reader Tips & Comments, October 10, 2009

Every week we publish our favorite reader tips, comments, and questions. Check out this week’s list — we might have included yours! On the menu: tuna salad, sweet and savory pumpkin, grilling with pomegranates, plus snacks to keep your appetite satisfied.

In Season: Pomegranates

by in In Season, October 5, 2009

Pomegranates have become the poster fruit for healthy eating and not without reason — they’re beautiful, delicious and full of vitamins. Here are some fun pomegranate facts and creative ways to prep this luscious fruit.

Spotlight Recipes: Rosh Hashanah Menu

by in Healthy Holidays, Healthy Recipes, September 17, 2009

Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year. To celebrate the two-day holiday, celebrants fill their homes with family, food and good wishes. Beyond the traditional apples dipped in honey, here’s a menu to help keep bring you a sweet, happy and healthy new year to come.