Three Hacks for Perfect Rice Every Time

Cooking rice can be a paradox for many. Something so simple, yet equally challenging. The amount of water you use for cooking rice will vary on the variety you choose. For example, wild rice tends to take longer to cook and requires more water, while sushi rice cooks quicker and requires less water. It’s always […]

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Pineapple: Nutrition, Fun Facts & Recipe

Pineapples are juicy, tropical fruits with both a tart and sweet flavor and is believed to have originated in the Brazilian rainforests. Pineapple nutrition Pineapples are particularly rich in vitamin C and manganese, and also contain trace amounts of phosphorus, zinc, calcium, and vitamins A and K. Pineapples are also packed with antioxidants that help […]

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Lionfish Empanada Recipe (with Spicy Slaw)

After a great morning dive the first thing on my mind is food! So Alexa was nice enough to take me to one of the local restaurants. Ordered empanadillas and we got to chatting. She mentioned how she sells her lionfish to the local restaurants where they make lionfish empanadillas. This is what inspired this […]

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27 Spring Dinner Ideas

Spring ushers in the best weather and the best spring veggies—asparagus, green beans, tender fresh herbs, rhubarb, ramps, cabbage, spring onions, baby spinach, and peas. As soon as I turn the page on our calendar to March (raise your hand if you still use a paper wall calendar), I can’t help but get excited about […]

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Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread

Slightly sweet banana bread is studded with silky dark chocolate. Calling all chocolate lovers! This chocolate chunk banana bread is for you. This banana bread is so simple to prepare. Simply pre-heat your oven while you prepare your dry ingredients in one bowl and your wet ingredients in another. Choose spotty, really ripe bananas for […]

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