You might have come across this name a few times while in several restaurants serving international cuisine, but this one is a special edition of my family-recipe of chicken à la King, therefore, I do guarantee you will adore it. It is “testé et approuvé”, as the fans of the French haute cuisine would say. This dish will probably make the fanciest comfort food you’ll ever have on a night in. It’s one of those dishes, you would only refrain yourself from finishing the whole pot off, in one go, because you don’t want the deliciousness to ever end.
This is a dish that you make as a side dish or as a healthy alternative of comfort food. While the chickpeas will increase satiety and reduce appetite, the freshness of the mint and the lemony scent, will elevate your dish in more “gourmet” level.
BBC’s Horizon brings to light the worst of sugar’s effects, by conducting a risky experiment. A couple of twin brothers are the main protagonists of the documentary. One of them gives up fat for a month; while the other one is trying to stay away from sugar, for the same period of time. Fat and sugar, when consumed in big amounts, are very harmful for the human body, according to the results of the trial. But does this mean that a low-fat diet helps you loose excessive weight as efficiently as a low-carb one?
Madeleine Shaw is a qualified Nutritional Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. On her blog she shares wonderful recipes that will help you « get the glow », as she promises. She is a great supporter of lunch-packing, and she proposes it to all the ladies that want to stay in shape, despite their demanding work schedule.
Street food is not just about cinnamon buns, savory crepes and cheeky burgers anymore; the healthy food scene grows stronger and stronger among London’s most famous markets. I visited a bunch of them and along with the help of personal trainer and nutritionist, Melinda Theore, discovered the healthy alternatives of London’s huge street-food palette.