Eating Well Articles

Keep Cool and Keep the Summer Diet in Check with Gazpacho

On these sweltering days, a lot of variables come into play when we think of cooking. It must be healthy (because summer), but we also don’t want to spend time over a stove or checking on something in a hot oven. Enter gazpacho. This Spanish cold soup is essentially...

Skip the Meat But Keep the Flavor this Season

Every Friday in Lent, Catholics follow the tradition of only eating seafood or otherwise eating meatless meals as a symbolic gesture of abstinence. But whether or not you adhere to this tradition, the practice of limiting your meat consumption—especially red meat—has...

Five Tips to Eat Healthy and Seasonal During National Nutrition Month

It’s kind of perfect timing. National Nutrition Month falls in March, when we’re all likely starting to veer away from our New Year’s resolutions and need a good jolt of healthy to get us back in the game. It’s also a transition time in the garden, when hearty late...

Butter May Not Be The Better Choice When it Comes To Cooking

Butter makes food tastier, but is it healthier than olive oil? Find out in our infographic, below. Cooking oils are an important part of cooking. They help give our food the flavor and crispy textures we all crave. But which is generally the healthiest option to use....