Shrimp-and-Avocado Rice Bowl






  Makes: 4 servings Prep: 10 mins Cook: 10 mins Carb Grams Per Serving: 56 Ingredients 16 medium cleaned, shelled, tail-on shrimp (about 3/4 pound), thawed if frozen 2 teaspoons sesame oil 1 1/2 teaspoons honey small pinch cayenne pepper 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 tablespoon light soy sauce one  tablespoon rice wine vinegar 1…

The 15 Unhealthiest Junk Foods in America






“Junk food” refers to processed foods that have little nutritional value. Indeed, some may contain downright harmful ingredients. Unfortunately, these foods are typically tasty, inexpensive and widely available. However, research suggests that frequent junk food consumption may lead to food addiction, overeating and obesity. Here are 15 of the unhealthiest junk foods in America. 1….

This Vegetable Will Fix Everything Wrong In Your Body!






Beets are extremely healthy as they have potent medicinal properties and offer relief in the case of various ailments and diseases. The anthocyanins give them the red color and have strong anti-cancer properties. Moreover, beets contain betaine, which is a natural anti-inflammatory agent that supports heart health, as well as important vitamins and minerals including…

Reasons Why You Should Give Up Plastic Food Wrap






You are what you eat. That is true enough, and modern society has become more and more obsessed with the way they prepare their food, and, subsequently, how our consumption of it can affect our health.Let’s take a closer look at plastic – something which rose to fame during the 50s of the past century….

8 Foods That Boost Your Libido (and 3 That Kill It)






If you find you’re more eager to sleep than have sex on an everyday basis, your sex drive may need a booster shot. But that doesn’t mean you have to go out and buy out the nearest Victoria’s Secret. All it takes is adding a few key foods into your diet to boost libido and…

I am sick of half-hearted desserts. Bring me a proper pudding






British restaurant desserts are in a death spiral. Who’s to blame? The rum baba at Margot in Covent Garden: a rare example of a brilliant dessert. Photograph: Sophia Evans for the Observer For too long I have kept silent, in the hope that I was exaggerating the gravity of the situation. But recent experiences have…

Anna Jones’s recipes for two veggie breakfast fry-ups






A cooked breakfast needn’t mean a pile of grease. Try introducing baked eggs to dal or scrambling some fragrantly spiced tofu to wrap in a warm tortilla for a healthy start to the day Black bean and tofu scramble. Photograph: Matt Russell for the Guardian Weekend breakfasts deserve more than the neat routine of Monday…

Yotam Ottolenghi’s spring salad recipes






After the long winter, it’s time to reawaken those tastebuds with sharp, zingy salads that make the most of the new season’s booty. Yotam Ottolenghi’s lightly pickled spring veg with wasabi and ginger cream. Photograph: Louise Hagger for the Guardian. Food styling: Emily Kydd. Prop styling: Jennifer Kay I’ m usually woken by the sound…

How to cook the perfect roasted cauliflower






Felicity Cloake’s perfect roasted cauliflower. Photograph: Felicity Cloake for the Guardian Vegetables go in and out of fashion, just like hemlines. (They have always done so among those wealthy enough to have the luxury of choice, so you can pipe down about the last days of Rome at the back.) Take kale, a peasanty cabbage…

Six easy vegetarian recipes from the Green Kitchen






David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, the husband and wife team behind the acclaimed blog Green Kitchen, now have three children. They’re the inspiration for their new collection of fuss-free recipes including sweet potato wraps and blueberry and yogurt cake.                             Green pea,…