Are you feeling lucky!? We hope so because we are giving away not one, but FOUR Magic Bullets!!! All you have to do is subscribe to our new youtube channel (http://youtube.com/foodheavenshow), then share the channel on any social media platform and tag us. The winners will be selected May, 1st.
Blend 5 cloves of garlic, 1-2 tomatos, 1/2 bunch of cilantro, 1 onion and 1 bell pepper with a little water and/or olive oil and then freeze the mixture in a couple ice trays. Add a cube or two to spice up dishes you make throughout the week (beans, soup, pasta, salad, etc). Enjoy the fresh flavor burst without any chopping or dish washing. #FoodHeavenMadeEasy
National Nutrition Month is coming up in March, and this is the perfect excuse to start setting some real goals to improve your health! National Nutrition Month is a nutrition education and information campaign sponsored annually by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, which we’re both a members of. Through our recipes, posts, and links, we hope we’re supporting you in your journey to achieve a healthier lifestyle. For National Nutrition Month we’re hosting a 7 Day Food Heaven challenge, where each day we’ll be posting an activity that promotes health in our homes and communities. Don’t think you’ll be doing this alone…we’re in there with you! We’ll be posting daily video updates letting you know how we’re completing each posted challenge. I hope you’re as excited as we are! Stay posted for updates and Happy Nutrition Month to you and yours.
Big thanks to everyone who participated in our giveaway! It was a tough decision, but in the end we had to go with Kevina from Brooklyn, NY. We judged based on creativity, balance and overall healthiness of the meal.
Kevina impressed us by remixing our unhealthy fried chicken and french fry platter into this scrumptious and healthy meal.
I would switch the french fries with some yummie & healthy baked sweet potato fries. And then take some lean boneless chicken & stuff it with low-fat ricotta cheese, spinach, and grape tomatoes(cut up). To mimic the crunchiness of the fried chicken, you could coat the chicken with panko bread crumbs & sear it in some olive oil before putting it in the oven. The stuffing inside the chicken would replace the dipping sauce.
Kevina was also kind enough to provide us with a healthy eating tip:
When grocery shopping, always read the ingredients list! You’d be shocked at some of the things they put in pre-packaged food. If you can’t pronounce or identify an ingredient, DON’T EAT IT!
“With salsa music playing in the background and kale decor in their hair, nutritionists Wendy Lopez and Jess Jones are producing a cooking show that teaches viewers how to eat and shop for healthy, affordable meals. Super healthy and super affordable, as Wendy would say.”
Read full article here.
1 medium-sized mortar and pestle (pilón) AND the Go Green East Harlem Cookbook. Holler!
To Participate in this Giveaway:
- You must “like” us on Facebook, “follow” us on twitter AND subscribe to our mailing list (to your right)—>
- Only US or Canada residents (sorry to all left out, but these items are too heavy to ship elsewhere)
- Post a comment here telling us how you would remake this plate into a healthy meal!
- Make sure that your email is either on your profile, or your post.
- We will notify the winner via email on Friday August 26th by 12pm, so make sure to participate before then!
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