I know broccoli should be on my healthy foods to eat list, but unless it’s served in a salad, I’m not a fan. According to an article on Medical News Today, it’s loaded with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, iron, vitamin K, B-complex vitamins, zinc, phosphorus, and the list goes on.
When Mike and I were raising kids, once a week you’d find a big pot of spaghetti sauce bubbling away on our stove.
It’s been a fun week perusing Pinterest for healthy recipes. You know I adore anything food related, so Pinterest is the perfect playground for me, though I often get distracted by the cat photos.
Are you familiar with my Orecchietta pasta obsession? I’m not a big pasta eater. I prefer to save my starchy type calories for potatoes, chips and breads. But this fun, bowl-shaped pasta caught my eye, so on Monday I shared a Mediterranean pasta dish, and today I’m twisting things up with spring fresh asparagus and baby shrimp.
I have been dying to use Orecchiette pasta in a recipe for years! Okay, dying might be an exaggeration, but I’ve been infatuated with this fun little pasta for a very long time, and couldn’t find it in the pasta sections of local grocery stores.
It’s time for another healthy recipes roundup, and have I got some doozies for you today! The sun is shining here in Seattle, so I’m going to take advantage and get outside before the rain decides to return.