It’s never too late to adopt better eating habits and experiment with natural, fresh and whole foods. Avoiding processed foods and added sugar are keys to eating a more nutritious diet. People of all ages can benefit by eating more vegetables and unprocessed foods. Many who change their diet, […]
Ten Michelin-starred restaurants are offering their upscale dishes at reasonable prices this NYC Restaurant Week. Each participating restaurant has a prix-fixe menu, $26 for a two-course lunch and $42 for a three-course dinner. More than 380 restaurants are participating in NYC Restaurant Week this winter, but only 10 of […]
They’re all gorgeous… but are they delicious? Let’s dig in at Epcot’s Festival of the Arts. Photo: Rain Blanken Share on: Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts celebrates visual, performing, and culinary arts. Think Food and Wine Festival, but with the presentation turned up a few thousand notches ( […]
Former Le Grand Dakar chef Pierre Thiam — who strives to be an ambassador of Africa’s culinary history — will open a Senegalese restaurant in Harlem’s Africa Center next month, where he’ll showcase his native cuisine in fast-casual format. Teranga , which translates roughly to “hospitality” in Wolof , […]
Hummus, garlic bread and pesto are under threat from strict new calorie limits, the food industry has warned. Dozens of other products popular with middle-class shoppers including hollandaise sauce, sweet potato chips and guacamole also face being changed beyond recognition. There is a growing backlash in the industry against […]
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Potatoes are the fourth largest food crop next to rice, wheat and corn. You can bake them, make mashed potatoes, and so much more. So why not add potatoes to your breakfast? Sweet potatoes have been hailed as a superfood lately because of their high source of vitamin A and vitamin C and for their dietary fiber. For this week’s Monday Eats, we’re mixing sweet potatoes with omelettes for a new take on breakfast.
Adrian Miller, an alum of Stanford University and Georgetown University Law School, and the author of “The President’s Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of African-Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas,” will speak in Providence this week.
Sweet potatoes contain loads of vitamin A, C and some calcium, potassium, and iron. One medium-size potato also has 4 grams of dietary fiber and contains no fat. Each serving of kale provides vitamin C, double the recommended daily amount of vitamin A, and approximately seven times more vitamin K than the minimum recommendation. Kale also provides minerals and unsaturated fats.