Zucchini Noodles and Grilled Shrimp with Lemon Basil Dressing


Zucchini Noodles --- also known as "zoodles" --- are all the rage right now. An easy way to get more veggies in your eats, they're also gluten-free, filling and full of vitamins, minerals, fiber and just plain deliciousness. And when chef, cookbook …
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Weekday Baked Fish With Tomato Sauce and Peppers

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As a resident of the landlocked state of Kansas, you’ll not be surprised to find that my skill at fish cookery is a bit lacking. Sure, I can fry up a mean batch of crappie and have successfully mastered that island favorite, ceviche, but that …
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Sweet and Savory Tempeh Tacos


Earlier today we shared a raspberry protein shake recipe that was a fabulous way to kickstart your day with a little healthy detoxing. And now, as promised from the The Clean in 14 Detox, we're sharing author Melissa Costello's Sweet and Savory …
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Effortless Entertaining With Only Six Ingredients


If you love to entertain but hate the hassle, get ready to have your menu-planning world rocked to its core. This crowd-pleasing six-ingredient dinner (made in honor of FBG's sixth birthday!) can be prepped in less time than it takes to fix your …
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Hakuna Matata Frittata: The No-Worries Dinner


When that age old question of "What’s for dinner?" leaves you speechless, don’t be troubled. Employ the worry-free philosophy --- Hakuna Matata --- and make a frittata! If your fridge holds eggs and cheese, you’re in luck. Frittatas are one of …
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Johnny Prep’s Chicken Cobbler Recipe


As promised, today we unveil one of Johnny Prep’s fabulous recipes from The Magic of Cooking with Really Good Broth. While all of his recipes turned out fantabulous, his home-style chicken potpie with carrot cobbler topping made for one of those …
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Racing Weight Cookbook Review (and Recipe for One-Pot Quinoa, Chicken & Veggies)

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Forgetting to grab a pre-workout snack before, say, a Zumba class or a three-mile run isn't ideal, but chances are you'll be able to push through, even if you're a little drained (and hungry!) at the end. But when it comes to endurance sports and the …
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The Perfect Trio: Strawberry, Avocado and Goat Cheese


It's strawberry season here in Florida, and while I didn't make it down to the Florida Strawberry Festival, I have definitely taken advantage of the deals my local store is offering on those bright red Plant City gems. Only problem is (and believe …
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A Recipe for Runners: Sweet-and-Salty Pistachio-Crusted Salmon


The following post is sponsored by Brooks Running. For our sponsored post policy, click here. Remember how a few months back Kyle Pfaffenbach, a Performance Nutrition Consultant for the Brooks Beasts Track Club, shared his five best foods for …
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The Perfect St. Patrick’s Day Recipe: Corned Beef and Cabbage


It's almost St. Patrick's Day, so you can probably guess what we'll be enjoying this weekend ... green beer and corned beef and cabbage, of course! I am a huge fan of corned beef and cabbage. In fact, whether it's March or not, my husband and I …
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