The Kitchen Diva

Cook well, eat well, live well”¦ for me, it’s not about avoiding certain foods — it’s actually about adding new foods and creating recipes using familiar ingredients that are healthy, unique and incredibly delicious. There is so much I want to do in life and I need good health to accomplish my goals. Did I mention that I also like to have fun? I never want to feel like creating a delicious meal is a chore. Cooking should be a fun, appealing, stirring and even ELECTRIFYING experience. I can show you how to be a Kitchen Diva, too, by preparing healthy recipes with sass and soul. The Diva is never dull! Let’s cook.

Make Your Own Sports Drink, the Natural Way

Make Your Own Sports Drink, the Natural Way

A person who burns about 2,000 calories should get about 8-12 cups of fluid per day. That may sound like a lot to drink, but it doesn’t all have to come from drinking water. Keep slices of watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, and other such water- ...
4 Great Zucchini Recipes

4 Great Zucchini Recipes

Nothing inspires a gardener to be generous to friends and neighbors like an abundant crop of zucchini! Anyone who has grown zucchini knows that a little planting goes a long way. Here are some recipes to transform your crop  into tasty snacks, as wel ...

Calypso Corn Salad

This recipe for Calypso Corn Salad was inspired by the easy spirit of the Caribbean islands. It only takes a few minutes to assemble, and it can be served either cold or at room temperature. Best of all, most of the ingredients can be found in the pa ...
Summery Stuffed Tomatoes

Summery Stuffed Tomatoes

My favorite summer snack is a handful of cherry tomatoes, picked straight from the vine, sprinkled with a little salt. Scientifically, tomatoes are classified as a fruit, but since they don’t have the sweet flavor of most fruits and are typical ...
A Patriotic Potato Dish

A Patriotic Potato Dish

To create a festive dish in honor of the 4th of July, try using red, white and blue  potatoes! Potatoes are good for you and have among the highest nutritional  values in the produce department. At about 25 cents per serving, a medium  potato (5.3 oz ...