This may seem like a strange time to discuss backpacking with type 1 diabetes as many trails are closed, national parks are closed, and organizations like the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the Pacific Crest Trail Association are recommending that people postpone or cancel trips due to COVID-19. Furthermore, The American Hiking Society at this time [...]
Empty grocery shelves, a single box of spaghetti on the shelf, carts loaded with canned goods... There's a lot of concern around food availability currently, so I've put together a list of delivery and pickup options to try.
Hurricane Florence has been making its way across the Atlantic, slowly building strength. Being without power for multiple days could mean a life or death situation without the proper preparation. Make sure you're ready with this Diabetes Emergency Kit Checklist!
The chemistry of caramelizing onions and my recipe for caramelized onions, spinach, goat cheese, and sun-dried tomato quiche
It's been an insanely busy semester of grad school, and I'll admit that I haven't spent much time in the kitchen recently. Fish is an amazingly quick and easy to cook option. This miso glazed salmon and cauliflower took about 20 minutes total to prep and cook and left me only 1 pan to clean, [...]
London now has a burgeoning foodie scene. Aside from the typical pub grub, a number of hip spots have arisen, making London an interesting destination for the traveling foodie. Here are a few of the top spots we were taken to or advised to go to while on our trip there last week.
Ketosis, Keto, Ketogenic... These key words seem to be popping up everywhere, from recent journal articles to fad diets to health blogs, but this concept is anything but new. This week we are putting ketosis under the microscope, examining the peer-reviewed research and the fads.
2017 is now in full swing, and I know many of you are working hard at those resolutions you might have made a couple of weeks ago. Many people like to use New Years to kick start a plan to be healthy. Gyms and yoga classes always seem packed with motivated individuals in January, as people [...]
Understanding egg chemistry is the key to perfectly fluffy scrambled eggs. Not only are eggs an extremely nutritious food, but because of their unique protein structure, eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients.
Yes, summer is definitely over, but there are many things to love about fall and winter. One of those is the cuisine. Colder weather tends to bring on richer deeper flavors and warmer cozier meals, something that I am definitely a fan of. This dish contains many ingredients that I am also definitely a fan [...]