Being a chef I can honestly say I love most foods, but for some reason I have never loved salmon. It’s ok. I guess I can say I like it, but I don’t “capital L” -love it, and I really don’t cook it at home for husband and I very often. So, when I got pregnant a few months ago, I knew I had to find a way to really enjoy salmon, because as most of us know, wild caught salmon is one of the best food sources of omega -3 fatty acids.
I have to say, right off the bat, I love creating beautiful platters with food.
My grandmother says, “an artist paints on a canvas, you build a beautiful
masterpiece with food.”
I took a trip to my local farmer’s market last weekend and found inspiration in so many gorgeous produce. I just wanted to buy everything!
How refreshing is it to clean? Or is it a daunting task?
Ginger and turmeric are two types of flowering plants that are widely used in natural medicine. I love the invigorating flavor and aroma of ginger. It is one of the healthiest spices on the planet and has incredible detoxing and cleansing benefits. Loaded with nutrients and powerful anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is this beautiful orangey-yellow spice that has a slightly sweet and earthy flavor.
Heading out to the grocery store? Chef Corey has some great tips for choosing meats!
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