As many of you know from your childhood or last family birthday outing, the Japanese Hibachi Grill Restaurants have the best salad… Yes I said salad! Screw the flying shrimp you catch in your mouth and onion volcano… I dream about the dressing on my favorite Benihana Salad! It’s actually addicting, so why not have it in my fridge at all times??
You’re welcome. Here is my perfected recipe to the addicting tany Carrot Ginger Dressing! Feel free to put in on just about everything! Read more
Most of you have probably purchased eggs and chicken from the grocery store recently and I am sure have noticed the push of “cage-free” or “free-range” in the packaging, but what does this all mean? Is it worth the few extra dollars? These labels can be confusing, so I am going to try to make it as clear as possible! The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines free-range as “allowing chickens to have some access to an outside area.” This doesn’t include how long or under what conditions. To ensure you are purchasing meat and eggs from free-range chickens that foraged on plants in a natural environment, look for indications on the packing that the chickens were pastured or find the label “Animal Welfare Approved.”