Have you ever thought of chomping on vegetables from the sea? If not, I urge that you do as the nutrition alone, especially the mineral content, can make a difference in your health. It seems that kelp is the new kale and Maine based Ocean Approved is on the scene to satisfy growing appetites.
Welcome to the Weekly Yum, Coast to Coast with Sacks and Katz. This week on Stirring the Pot radio, cookbook author and culinary translator, Rebecca Katz joins the conversation to deconstruct Melted Blueberries with Ginger and Mandarin Orange (listen here) from The Nourished Kitchen by Jennifer McGruther. Sacks and Katz will lure you into the kitchen to create meals that enhance your health and well being while caressing your tastebuds. Nutritious always meets delicious on the Weekly Yum.
With all due respect, enough with the celebrity chefs bringing you the “how to” on beer battered chicken, primarily pointless culinary competitions, cuisine made “healthy” with low-fat and sugar-free crap ingredients, and food TV that is driven by Big Food money and marketing versus true consumer health and education. I get it—it’s entertainment. But when is it going to stop? Or at least minimize. How about marrying educational value and entertainment, also known as edutainment?