Here’s a quick weeknight tip. If you only need a few pieces of bacon–or if the starving masses are nipping at your heels– skip the grease splatter and extended cooking time, and make your bacon in the microwave.
It’s a really simple process that works best with no more than 6 pieces of bacon at a time:
Stack 4-6 paper towe [...]
As the weather continues to get nicer, I find myself thinking about summer, which brings to mind the movie Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, which makes me long for a summer in Greece, which calls to mind spanikopita, which is exactly how we got to this week’s recipe.
It’s a long and convoluted thought process (not to mention a [...]
Not a big one. Actually, it’s pretty small. We’ve recently decided to change how we present a small section of our nutrition information. Actually, just one item really. The ratio.
Up until now, we’ve been providing the keto ratio for each recipe, and trying to make our recipes so that they had a 1:1 ketogenic ratio. After m [...]
Looks good right? Yeah. I agree. Even though I’ve recently professed my undying love for chia seeds, you can thank Dr. Douglass and naturesnurtureblog.com for this chia recipe.
Not only is it simple and beautiful, it only required the barest of tweaks. Here’s what Dr. Douglass has to say about it:
I just made two great recipes th [...]
Google may have already celebrated the first day of spring, but here in Boston we’re still holding out for warmer weather. Although I’m seriously ready for some summertime sunshine, the upside to these lingering wintery weeks is that we can continue to enjoy some of our favorite cold weather favorites, like this week’s turk [...]
I’ll admit it. I tend to be a little wary about new “miracle” products that hit my grocery shelves. So you can imagine my surprise and reluctance when I came across liquid coconut oil. That’s right, there is now a coconut oil that stays liquid at temperatures below 76 degrees, making it easier to measure, mix, and dri [...]
As many of you know, last Wednesday was Epilepsy Awareness Day. Here at ENP, we were decked out in our passionate purple, but we weren’t the only ones. See that picture above? That’s Massachusetts State Police Dog, Jari. Jari’s two siblings, Riona and Fearghas, have epilepsy, so last Wednesday Jari wore his purple collar in [...]
Four score and seven years ago, I promised you a marinara sauce recipe to go with your roasted spaghetti squash. Today, I finally make good on that promise. Although nothing tastes better than marinara sauce made from fresh tomatoes in the peak of summer, this recipe still tastes great when used for a quick weeknight dinner, or when a pasta [...]
Today (and every March 26th) is International Epilepsy Awareness Day, also known as Purple Day. Here at ENP, we’ll be wearing our purple proudly as people around the world work toward a cure for epilepsy. Will you join us??