- You’ll never believe this real-life, old-school ads put out by Big Sugar
- Daily Delicious: Jalapeno Sweet Potato Chicken Chili
- Swedish expert suggests low carbohydrate diet best for weight loss and overall health
- TheClothesMakeTheGirl’s SB&J Burgers for dinner — with a twist!
- Making hummus with my NEW FOOD PROCESSOR!!!!
Category Archives: News
Check it out! A 26-year-old woman’s 88-pound weight loss has gone viral, after a GIF was released showing the woman’s body transformation in minutes! I discovered this article via Yahoo.com. The GIF was created by a Reddit user, inspired by … Continue reading
Much to my surprise, I learned late Saturday, August 31st that it was International Bacon Day!!!! International Bacon Day is celebrated either on the first Saturday after the New Years in January, February 19th, or the the Saturday before Labor … Continue reading
The Green Bay Packers are a big, big deal in Wisconsin! The team has won the Super Bowl twice (most recently in 2010), and now, the team is winning over my taste buds! During this year’s Training Camp, the Green … Continue reading
Via an article I discovered on Yahoo.com… A New York Post columnist is praising McDonald’s McDouble — calling it “a wonderful way for people to eat cheaply and healthfully.” In his column posted early this week, Smith says McDonald’s McDouble … Continue reading
Sunday, July 21st was National Ice Cream Day — which naturally got me to thinking about ice cream! National Ice Cream Month is celebrated each year in July in the United States. President Ronald Reagan designated July 1984 as National Ice Cream Month and July 15, … Continue reading
An article I found this week on Yahoo Finance: “A recent Associated Press story revealed how companies are fighting to make their foods appear more natural. “Food companies are responding to the adage that people eat with their eyes,” writes … Continue reading
As of Wednesday, June 19th, the American Medical Association, the largest association of physicians and medical students in the United States, has officially recognized obesity as a disease. A New York Times article on the subject says: “To some extent, the question of … Continue reading