How did you celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Hey, even if you didn’t, there’s still time to enjoy some delicious, easy and homemade Mexican food. My family enjoys Mexican food so much, we don’t wait for Cinco de Mayo - we could have it once a week!
According to new research, including blue and red fruits and vegetables into your daily diet rotation could help to lower risk of heart attack. This research publishedin Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, showed that women in the study who ate these berries – such as blueberries - most often had a 32 percent lower heart attack risk than women who only ate the berries once a month, or not at all.
April 22nd is Earth Day! What better way to celebrate than to spend some time outside? My family has been enjoying the outdoors so much the last couple of weeks. We love to bike, hike, picnic and visit the local farmer’s markets to pick up some local treats.
A new study published in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation suggests eating three servings per week of blueberries and strawberries helps cut the risk of heart attacks among some women. To read the full study, click here.
This is by far my favorite savory blueberry dish. It is so good, I could eat it once a week and it is so easy to make. Since it is such a fast meal, it is a fabulous weeknight recipe for when dinnertime needs to happen in a flash.
Georgia Blueberries won’t be around for much longer, so if you haven’t gotten your fair share yet, you better act fast. If you want to ensure that no blueberries go to waste I’ve got some ideas for you. (Nothing is worse than throwing away fresh produce because it has gone bad before you finished it. Wasted produce = wasted money!)