You've heard of Manhattan Seafood Chowder before, right? How about Manhattan Sea Vegetable Chowder? Don't even know what a sea vegetable is? Check out this blog post to find out and get the recipe.
Want to show your brain some love? (Not to mention the rest of your body.) Research is starting to show that what you eat may play a role in increasing or decreasing your risk of Alzheimer's Disease. The MIND diet offers some suggestions.
A fun tutorial on making a vegan peanut butter cup pie with the help of a toddler. Plus some insights into raising a vegan child.
Join the celebration! Maine Restaurant Week ends Monday, March 12th. You owe it to yourself to try something new — a new restaurant, a new menu. Or try a new recipe. Have some fun!
If you're clueless about portion sizes — like what does three ounces of food look like on your plate — I've got some tips for you. I've also got an easy recipe.
Who doesn't love the smell of baking bread? Want to fill your home with the scent and your belly with the deliciousness? Here's a recipe for rosemary focaccia.
Want to bake your sweetie something special this Valentine's Day? How about a delicious flourless chocolate torte? We've got a great recipe!
Until a few years ago, I thought I didn't like beets. I discovered that they are delicious, especially roasted or in a salad. You have to try these recipes!
Imagine being the chef on a beautiful schooner that sails up and down the coast of Maine. That's what Annie Mahle does. And she's sharing some recipes with us.
If you want to add some fiber to your diet and boost your immune system eat sauerkraut. And if you want to add some fun to your life, try making your own.
Like roasted potatoes crisp and crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside? I found the perfect recipe — tested it and now I'm sharing it just for you!
Looking for a unique culinary experience? How about going to a Filipino Boodle Fight? Or stay home and try The Sinful Kitchen's recipe for Pancit Bihon.
Here's to a Happy New Year! If you prefer to celebrate with a mocktail instead of a cocktail, we've got a few recipes for you.
Looking for something new and different to serve for the holidays? Try my sister Debi's recipe for baked stuffed winter squash. You won't be sorry.
Potato latkes are a staple at Hanukkah celebrations and we've got a delicious, easy-to-make recipe from Maine author and goat farmer Margaret Hathaway.
Winter farm shares. What a great idea! Goranson Farm (organic) offers them and they also offered us some healthy spinach, kale, and turnip recipes.
Ready to settle down for some healthy eating? Try this recipe for Persian Barley Salad. It's from Rosemont Market so it has to be delicious!
Thankful for Thanksgiving leftovers and this great sandwich recipe
If Thanksgiving got you off to a rough start as far as your diet is concerned, take a deep breath. Now read this advice from Jackie Conn from Weight Watchers.
Don't panic if there will be vegans at your Thanksgiving table. Sonya Tardif to your rescue with a recipe for a holiday neat loaf.
We're celebrating an important birthday on Catching Health. Find out whose and enjoy her healthy happy birthday cupcake recipe.
Try the recipe and learn about Max Brody's new restaurant in Buxton, Maine. He's busy renovating an antique farmhouse that will be home to The Buxton Common.
We love comfort food here at Catching Health. We have two comforting recipes for you — roast chicken and mashed potatoes, both with a delicious twist.
What if your doctor handed you a prescription for a cooking class? To give people a real lesson in healthier eating, a Maine Hospital has a teaching kitchen.
Roots, flowers, herbs. Steep them in alcohol for a few weeks and you've got bitters. That's what Nolan Stewart does for a living. He shares his process and some recipes.
If you live in New England, you've probably been to a bean supper. But have you had bean hole beans? Find out what you're missing and sample some brown bread.
A list of some Maine orchards that let you pick your own apples. It's a great way to spend a late summer/early fall afternoon.
Packing nutritious school lunches that your child will actually eat isn't easy. We have some tips from two moms, one's a vegan and the other is not.
Who has a grandmother who makes jams and jellies every summer and fall? Or do you stock up at farmers' markets or autumn fairs? Now you can try making your own!