December 30th, 2012 | by Tanya Sitton
Long associated with luck and prosperity, no New Year's celebration is complete without the mighty blackeyed pea! Sadly, though, this Southern custom rarely brings good fortune to the porcine folk whose hocks often wind up in traditional cuisine. This recipe offers savory holiday deliciousness, but without chopping off anyone's ankles -- and your slow cooker does most of the work, while you celebrate with family and friends. What great way to kick off the New Year!
December 12th, 2012 | by Guest Contributor
Food-filled festivities are inevitable this time of year. Whether it’s a workplace potluck, a cocktail party, or a good old-fashioned family gathering, food ultimately plays a starring role. And while health is often put on the back burner this time of year, perhaps it’s time to start a new holiday tradition – a tradition that embraces both good food and good health. This is where a plant-powered diet comes into play
October 19th, 2012 | by Tanya Sitton
I admit it: Halloween makes my inner child go a little bit crazy! I love finding new and spooky ways to play with my food. This All-Hallows' snack-table centerpiece takes a bit of preparation, but is well worth the effort -- after all, what could be more festive at this time of year than zombie brains?!