Posts from August 2011

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Cooking Demo at The Cupboard Specialty Cooking Store

The Cooking Cardiologist Cooking Demo at The Cupboard Specialty Cooking Store - Pasta Melon Shrimp Pasta Salad ingredients

On Saturday, August 20, I shared some of my favorite seasonal recipes at The Cupboard Specialty Cooking Store! All the recipes are great for this time of year when the weather is starting to cool off. Check out the photos from the event below!

Eating to Control the Big Three

How can the food you eat cause heart disease? I love food, and so do most of us. With so many food options available to us, understanding why certain foods aren’t good for your heart can make choosing the best options easier.

There are three primary, interconnected ways food can cause heart disease:

Can Eggs be a Part of a Heart Healthy Diet?

Julie from Colorado writes:

I love eggs! But I’m unsure of whether or not I should eat them. I’ve heard they’re a good source of protein, but I’ve also heard that they aren’t good for your heart. What should I do?

Julie, I think most people feel the same way you do. When facing the contradictory information about a particular food choice, it can be unclear on what to do.

Cooking It Up at the AADE Annual Meeting

This past week I was in Las Vegas cooking for the American Association of Diabetic Educators Annual Meeting. It was a fantastic trip! Thank you to everyone who came to my cooking demo. At the meeting, I shared two delicious, healthy recipes: Chilled Lemon Ginger Tuna Pasta Salad and Italian Herb Spinach Artichoke Spaghetti Frittata. Whether or not you attended the meeting, I know you’ll crave these guilt-free recipes made with Gourmet Garden Herbs and Dreamfields pasta.