Food Network star Kardea Brown puts a low country twist on a classic dish - NACHOS! Nachos are a fantastic dish because you're working with a blank canvas. Therefore, Brown's recipe is perfect for nacho lovers everywhere. Her nachos have shrimp, crab, and plenty of cheesy goodness! For those new to this type of cuisine, low country cuisine is traditionally associated with South Carolina low country and the Georgia coast. While it shares similarities with traditional southern cooking, its geography, economics, etc., pushed its culinary identity in a different direction.
We always talk about getting or staying healthy, and the best way to do that is by controlling what we put in our bodies. Am I the only one who tried a new, healthy recipe and felt it was missing something? I love soul food, but it is one cuisine that needs salt and butter. However, it is impossible to keep a recipe healthy and cook it the way we are used to.
Today is National Oatmeal Cookie Day, and these gluten-free oatmeal cookies are the perfect treat to celebrate. I wasn't always an oatmeal cookie fan unless you count Walmart's iced oatmeal cookies. However, my mind on the cookie quickly changed with the right recipe! Oatmeal cookies are super healthy as they are packed with iron and fiber, so you don’t even have to feel guilty about the calories.
Choose your produce wisely
You’ve heard the recommendation: Adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet—seven to nine servings a day—is good for your health.
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