Easter Sunday is finally upon us. Here, some lenten reflections on giving up dessert (to be defined below), the dietary changes that ensued, and why I won’t (likely EVER) stop eating sugar. The experience may surprise you.
Here’s my heartfelt attempt at starting a conversation to bridge the gap between New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the beef community.
With all the buzz surrounding grass-fed beef, you may be wondering: is grain-finished beef healthy? What’s the impact of grain-finished beef on the environment? Here, decoding some labels and shedding light on why grain-finished beef can benefit both your family and the environment.
Happy National Nutrition Month! March is a time to celebrate the importance of making sound food choices and being physically active in ways that fit your lifestyle. When assessing your needs, don’t forget to factor in the potential for satisfaction! More on the “S factor,” here.
It’s Fat Tuesday, but sugar - not the “f” word - weighs heavily on my mind. If sweets are on the chopping block for the next forty days, where does one draw the line? Some thoughts on the slippery slope of Lenten dietary restrictions, here.
Big news! There’s a new member in the Rodriguez household. He’s compact, super helpful, and knows A LOT about beef. Read on to learn more about Chuck Knows Beef!
February is Heart Health Month, and my family celebrates the same way we do the rest of the year – with beef. Here, some food for thought on including lean beef in a heart-healthy diet, backed by none other than the American Heart Association.
To all you fellow moms out there who want to know where your produce comes from: this post is for you. I recently traveled to Felda, Florida for a farm field day hosted by Seminis, the world’s largest developer of fruit and vegetable seeds. More on how plant breeding helps farmers grow tastier produce, here.
Turn down a tin of artisan-crafted sweet treats? Not me! In the spirit of giving and the mantra “all foods fit,” I’ve rounded up my top picks for pastries, chocolates, cakes, ice cream, and candies that will make quick work of your Christmas list. Thank me later.
I ate quite a few burgers this year on a quest to find the cream of the crop. Some noteworthy picks, thoughts on the ridiculousness of topping offerings, and tips for ultimate enjoyment, here.