Lebanese Garlic Salmon + Brussels Sprouts are about to be your new go-to dinner fave! This recipe was shared by nutritionist Lauren Papanos with our home cooks in PPMA’s Cooking
Is it a main dish or an entrée? Both! In the United States and Canada (except Quebec), the main course is traditionally called an “entrée.” English-speaking Québécois follow the modern French use of the term to refer to a dish served before the main course.
According to linguist Dan Jurafsky, North American usage retains the original French meaning of a substantial meat course.
The main dish -or entrée– is usually the heaviest, heartiest, and most complex or substantial dish in a meal. The main ingredient is usually meat, fish, or another protein source. It is most often preceded by an appetizer, soup or salad, and followed by a dessert. For those reasons the main course is sometimes referred to as the “meat course.”
Warm-up with Coconut Curry Chili – In less than 30 minutes, you’ll be enjoying this healthy, yummy chili. With lots of vegetables, Bulgar, and curried-coconut-deliciousness, Coconut Curry Chili will send
Cooking @ Home: Skillet Greek Souvlaki & Spiced Pomegranate PearsCooking @ Home: Skillet Greek Souvlaki & Spiced Pomegranate Pears
The first class in our Cooking @ Home Series was a hit! PPMA Nutritionist & Certified Dietician Lauren Papanos enjoyed leading the class and we heard great reviews from participants.
Coconut Cod Siete Tacos offer a healthier version of tacos, with a fresh, delicious flavor, plus so much healthy goodness! In just 35 minutes, you and your family will be
Tahini-Carrot Soup with Pistachios – one spoonful and you are on your way to ultra-deliciousness. It’s rich in flavor, smooth and, yes, scrumptious. You can switch things up by substituting
Salmon is a heart-healthy protein choice that can be prepared in many different ways. One variation, Broiled Salmon with Rosemary, is juicy and so tasty. The rosemary, lemon, and garlic