I tasted my first Copper River Salmon June of 2000 while working in restaurants downtown Seattle, WA. It was life changing to say the least. The color was such a deep and magnificent ruby red. The flavor and texture melted like butter in your mouth. I was transformed. It was expensive even back then at around $20/lb as it had already gained popularity in it's short 20 years on the market. It was definitely something I looked forward to treating myself to when it hit the store shelves. Hard to believe it used to be tossed out or just canned and sold overseas. Now days it's going for even steeper prices as it has gained in popularity and beckons a mass following of die-hard copper river salmon fans.
There have been many studies done to understand the correlation between diet and Alzheimer’s. There is quite a specific eating protocol called the MIND diet which is an acronym for “Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay" ...
I'm a big fan of an Aperol Spritz during brunch, an afternoon refresher or as starter to a meal to stimulate the appetite. If you are unfamiliar with Aperol, it's an aperitif or starter to prepare your stomach for dinner. Low in alcohol, Aperol has a flavor profile of bitter orange, herbal notes and rhubarb which pairs nicely with citrus or pineapple. With breakfast being my favorite meal of the day, I wanted to create a brunch friendly cocktail using a spin on one of my favorites.
Build a meal plan and workout routine that support each other. Here we share a sample meal plan for one day to show what six meals a day may look like, however the amounts depend on your individual needs and goals.
If you want to build muscle, it's important to pay attention to your diet. Here are some tips to help you create a nutrition plan that supports your goals.
If you’re in need of a hearty and delicious vegan breakfast that is healthy, high in protein, and packed with flavor, then this miso tofu scramble is the perfect meal. Ready in just minutes of preparation, this vegan breakfast is full of protein from extra firm, high protein tofu, along with miso paste, garlic powder, nutritional yeast, scallions, and a hint of tamari or soy sauce.
Our chefs have cooked in many kitchens, from no-expenses spared restaurants to home kitchens designed for personal use. After in-depth discussion, this is what we found.
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