7 Great Vegetables to Grow Indoors

If you have an indoor garden, you might be interested in the list of the best vegetables you can grow indoors today. Then you can transfer them to the ground when the weather warms up or you can keep them in pots on your patio. In fact, it’s a great idea to grow vegetables indoors because we should eat them every day to get all the necessary nutrients we need to be healthy. Here are seven great vegetables to grow indoors. 1. Mushrooms One of the best vegetables to grow indoors is mushrooms, Read more [...]

How to Cook a Whole Salmon (2 Recipes)

Whether baked, poached, roasted, or barbecued, cooking a whole salmon isn’t a rocket science. Whole salmon is a wonderful centerpiece for any festive table. If you’re looking to wow your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day with a romantic dinner, consider making a whole salmon. Salmon is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acid and protein, which means you will make a tasty, and at the same time, healthy meal for your man. How to Cook a Whole Salmon You don’t need a lot of herbs and special Read more [...]

The Fake Watermelon Slice Salad Recipe

Many of us are sick and tired of all those boring salads like strawberry spinach salad and crave something more creative that no one has tried and made yet. Experimenting in the kitchen always leads to successful results. Today, I am going to share a super creative salad recipe that you will certainly love. The watermelon salad that does not contain watermelon will wow your family, friends and guests. The ingredient list is rather affordable and simple. Fake Watermelon Slice Salad Recipe Ingredients: 1-2 Read more [...]

Why Chopping Onions Makes You Cry

Eye doctor explains how they release a noxious gas when cut July 05, 2017 WEDNESDAY, July 5, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Ever wonder why your eyes fill with tears when you chop an onion? One eye doctor pinpoints the culprit. Onions use sulfur in the soil to create amino acid sulfoxides, which are sulfur compounds that readily turn into a gas. When an onion is cut open, it releases the sulfoxides and enzymes, which react and create a gas called syn-propanethial-S-oxide. Because onions Read more [...]

Benefits of Onions: A Surefire Home Remedy in Your Kitchen

If vegetables could be superheroes, onions would definitely be at the top of the list. This unassuming root vegetable boasts an impressive host of health benefits. Onions are also endlessly versatile, and the fact that most of us already have a few on hand at all times makes them an ideal home remedyyou can whip up when a cold or flu is coming on. The Powerful Health Benefits of Onions Onions and garlic are both in the allium family and share many of the same health benefits. The word allium literally Read more [...]

Simple Pickled Red Onions Recipe (In Less Than 5 Minutes)

I really enjoy red onions, but I absolutely love pickled red onions. If you’ve never had the pleasure of this delicious condiment’s acquaintance, you owe it to yourself to remedy that asap! Ketchup has nothing on this delicious condiment! Why Pickled Red Onions? Glad you asked: Pickled red onions provide all the flavor of fresh red onions, but have extra depth from their pickle-ing and will keep in the fridge for weeks! Even better- you can make them in only five minutes, or let your Read more [...]

Liver and Onions (with Bacon)

It turns out that for all the childhood fear and drama about organ meats, they are actually good for you. If you aren’t already eating liver, you should be! The objection I get most often, including from my mother-in-law, is that liver is the filter organ, so it contains toxins and is bad for you. Liver is a filter of sorts, but that is hardly the whole story. As Mark’s Daily Apple elaborates: To call the liver a simple filter is incorrect. If we want to maintain the metaphor, it’s more Read more [...]