Blog Posts - Fruits

7th Annual Chili Contest: Entry #5 – Spicy Chile Chili

It’s amazing to see a child’s language develop. There are times I look at my child with awe and think, “How did she learn what that word means?” and other times we are both frustrated with her inability to communicate what she wants to say in...
by Prevention RD on Dec 20, 2016

Easy Teriyaki-Glazed Salmon Bowls + Weekly Menu

We went out on Friday night and Mark was so quiet the entire time. I kept joking that it was because I chose the restaurant and I chose the pizza we ordered – duck and fig. Yum! So last night, after the girls were in bed and I was editing these pho...
by Prevention RD on Dec 18, 2016

Easy Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas

Monday was probably one of the longest days of my life. Daycare was canceled due to weather which is absolutely ridiculous – the roads were fine. If I can be at Kohls at 8am with a 2-year-old and 13-week-old, THE ROADS ARE FINE. Speaking of, who go...
by Prevention RD on Dec 14, 2016

Cashew Curry Hummus + Weekly Menu

If I had to describe the attractions in our area of southwest Michigan, I would say the beaches, sand dunes, breweries, and wineries. It certainly isn’t the fine dining or shopping that have people coming or staying, that’s for sure. I have t...
by Prevention RD on Dec 11, 2016

Whole Grain Pumpkin Spice Butternut Squash Muffins

by Prevention RD on Dec 6, 2016

Pomegranate and Blood Orange Tequila Spritzer

I’m in a local Facebook group for Denver bloggers and one day the leader of the pack posted about an opportunity to participate in a contest sponsored by Stirrings. I love their products and have used them for years and for me I just decided t...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 6, 2016

Christmas Decorations: How to Make Dried Fruit Ornaments

Dried fruit ornaments are the perfect and organic way to add a festive touch to your Christmas tree. Fruits available in winter season are just perfect for drying and using them in natural decorations, garlands or as ornaments for the Christmas tree.
by Stagetecture on Dec 5, 2016

7th Annual Chili Contest: Entry #4 – Smokey Chipotle Chili with Ranch Sour Cream + Weekly Menu

As hubby and I were watching the Illinois vs Northwestern football game last weekend while visiting his family for Thanksgiving, it suddenly struck me that it was the last game of the season. Because, ya know, Illinois football in the post-season is...
by Prevention RD on Dec 4, 2016

How to: Passion Fruit Juice

Travel. Broadens the mind. Teaches you so much that you might not have known. That’s the story of my learning to make good and proper passion fruit juice, all thanks to Nairobi. Read: Favourite Drinks in Nai I’ve been a passion fruit love...
by Kitchen Butterfly on Dec 2, 2016

Gurney Paragon Food Court Just Food

Gurney Paragon extend their food court to even bigger and more vendor, with that said, more food variety are now available at one of the best food court in Penang mall. Great variety of hawker food can be found here such as Laksa, Lobak, Chicken Rice...

Pecan, Pineapple and Gorgonzola Cheese Ball with Dried Cranberries

I wrote a post yesterday that I’ll be publishing next week that has a story that winds its way across years and states and old friendships and ended with a spectacular main course meant for the holidays. Sometimes that happens; when food and fo...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 1, 2016

Delicious Berry Fields Cake

Here at Remodelaholic we love all things home decor and DIY, but we also love RECIPES. While we will continue to share our latest and greatest remodeling projects we want to start sharing some really yummy recipes once a week. Enjoy the recipes and k...
by Remodelaholic on Sep 1, 2016

A Few Tips How To Transition Your Summer Home To Fall

sourceIt`s almost the end of the summer and fall is just around the corner. I can`t believe September is in just in a few days... Time goes so quickly... With each new season nature changes, and our homes changes with it. We want to put up new d...
by Home Chic Club on Aug 29, 2016


Health was always one of the main concerns of the people. Recently, health has become even more important for many people. Almost as if it became popular to be healthier. Recently I changed my eating routine too, in order to become healthier. From th...
by Inbar Gold on Aug 27, 2016

Blackberry, Apple and Almond Crumble

There is no dessert that Todd loves more than a good crumble.   Apple.  Blueberry.   Strawberry rhubarb . . . if it has crumble in the name, Todd loves it.  Well, maybe not as much as the memory of his mother's apple pie...
by The English Kitchen on Aug 26, 2016

Beet and Goat Cheese Salad

I saw a patient last week (a pregnant woman with gestational diabetes) that was habitually waking up to eat around 4am. For the life of me, I couldn’t imagine getting up to eat in the middle of the night EVERY night…and then came this week. My in...
by Prevention RD on Aug 23, 2016

Grilled Peach and Jalapeno Margarita

While today I’m adding jalapeno to a Grilled Peach and Jalapeno Margarita, when we first moved to Denver from Raleigh, NC it was something I would dig out and remove if served to me in a restaurant dish. The words fajita, enchilada and burrito...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 19, 2016

Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean

Forget the old adage of ‘When life hand you lemons, make lemonade.’ This month I’m going with ‘When life hands you peaches, make this Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean.’ And life has handed me a ton of peaches! Perfect...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 18, 2016

8 Amazing Benefits of Green Apples

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by The Health Benefits on Aug 18, 2016

Chicken in Coconut Mango Verde Sauce

19 days until this baby is due. You guys, that’s bananas. This countdown is ON. I was talking with my midwife yesterday and she said, “It could be any day now!” I somewhat freaked out. I went home to cuddle Shea and double check that the absolu...
by Prevention RD on Aug 17, 2016

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