This is an easy & delicious recipe for Guacamole. Healthy, tasty, versatile. What else can you ask for?Click here to see the video for "Guacamole". Click here for the printable recipe @nadiadonella.com. Thanks for your eyes & time!Till next time,Nadia, peace...more
Sometimes smushing two good foods together make for an awesome flavor combination. I mean where would the world be without peanut butter and chocolate, prosciutto and cantaloupe, tomato soup and grilled cheese? So when I was trying to think up a new (healthy) breakfast recipe I went with two of my favorite foods...eggs and guacamole. ...more
Whenever sports are on at my house–football, hockey, whatever–there’s only one thing I’m cheering for: more guac!Whether you’ll be watching the Super Bowl on February 1st or not, it doesn’t hurt to have a good guacamole recipe up your sleeve at this time of year. It’s a crowd pleaser and a more nutritious choice overall than a cheese- or cream-based dip....more
When I was a college kid, I did not have a stove/oven. I also did not have a lot of common sense about the food I should have been putting into my body.(I know my parents are reading this, so I will just point out that no, I am not blaming my parents for my formerly poor dietary habits.)This combination of deficiencies has meant one thing:Minimally three trips per day to the cafeteria for the most basic of sustenance....more
Do you have an OBSESSION with avocado like I do? Ever since I was pregnant it has definitely been one of my favorite foods! Not only because it's delicious but because of the numerous health benefits it offers. Avocados are rich in vitamin A, B, C, E and K, copper, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, folate and iron. They also contain certain phytochemicals such as lutein, beta-sitosterol and glutathione which are proven to protect the body against certain diseases. Glutathione in particular SLOWS the aging process!
There are a million wonderful ways to eat avocado. I have recently been addicted to avocado on toast in the mornings, my weekly sushi night at home is always greeted with avocado and I even use it as a substitute for butter in baking. Everything is better with a bit of ‘cado in it! On the top of the list has to be fresh, homemade guacamole. Creamy avocado, tart limes, crushed garlic. Delicious! ...more
Last month for my birthday we went to a great Mexican restaurant, El Vez, in the city with some friends. I had been there a couple times in the past for drinks, but had never had any food, so I was pretty psyched to try it out finally....more