This post brought to you by Seafood Nutrition Partnership. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Mom Foodie. This simple Curried Sea Bass with Blistered Tomatoes is just one example of how easy it can be to incorporate more seafood into your diet. Most… [read more]
Focusing on lean proteins, whole seed grains, richly colored vegetables and healthy fats in our meals is not only a nutritious way to eat, but quite satisfying as well. With minimal preparation, some smart product choices, and the bountiful produce choices of summer this style… [read more]
Italian Tuna Salad loaded with fresh vegetables, garlic, parsley and olives, is not only delicious and nutritious it is also makes a nice light diet-friendly meal. This is a no mayo tuna salad, so perfect for those who are not a fan of mayonnaise in… [read more]
These Balsamic Salmon recipes are brought to in a compensated collaboration with Alessi Foods. Balsamic Grilled Wild Salmon is such a great summer dish, that I couldn’t help from sharing two different recipes for it. As I have mentioned here time and again I am… [read more]
Tuna, Tomato and Basil Grilled Potato Planks is an easy gluten free appetizer recipe, which would work well as a light lunch or snack as well. The cold tuna salad makes a refreshing contrast against the still warm potatoes and the fresh tomato and basil bring it up a notch in summer flavor.
Growing up in New England (Rhode Island, “The Ocean State” to be exact), I’ve eaten my fair share of seafood. That is a good thing, since as most of us know, fish is good for you. It’s a lean protein and a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Seafood has even been shown to assist in brain development.