Blueberry Scone
10/03/2014
On a weekend morning with a bit of chill in the air, aren't you so ready to tuck into a warm treat to start the day? This Blueberry Scone recipe from Curry Girls Kitchen will make you the most... read more
09/29/2014
By Emilie Croisier / The Intelligent Optimist Accumulating biochemical evidence is supporting that “bad” cholesterol is actually good. The dogma that LDL cholesterol is nothing but bad news... read more
Model Brain
09/26/2014
Change Unhealthy Eating Habits: Researchers have reported evidence that we can “re-wire” reward centers our brain, shifting them to respond to healthy food instead of unhealthy food.... read more
09/22/2014
If you've got a juicer, get ready for some Red Velvet Renewal Beet Smoothie, a great way to start the day; packed with vitamins and minerals, it makes a perfect morning beverage. It’s got carrots and... read more
09/15/2014
Chocolate Zucchini Bread It seemed, just a few short months ago, like every talk show and social media strand had a story about recipes that would help you sneak vegetables into your kids'... read more
09/08/2014
 Poppadom ~ Gluten Free Chickpea Spiced Cracker That great side dish you always get at the Indian restaurant is also a terrific snack to have around the house. Gluten-free and perfect with... read more
09/01/2014
Summer is a time for beach getaways and tropical delights. If you can’t make it to the Islands this summer, you can take this salsa to your local beach, lake, or swimming pool. Barbara Wilder... read more
08/29/2014
The deep jewel tones of this earthy vegetable are a good indication of its antioxidant potency. The whole vegetable can be used in a variety of ways - raw, roasted, pickled, or juiced. Pickled... read more
08/25/2014
Cashew Cheese / Cheese Alternative Vegan or lactose intolerant or just looking for something new to try, everybody is playing in the world of nut-based recipes. Here is your new ingredient of... read more

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06/17/2013
These are a perfect summer treat! They can be served as a starter before a meal or as a light lunch or snack. In the 19th century, the French colonized Vietnam and left a pronounced influence on... read more
Living-Howie interview 6.11.13
06/10/2013
We’re incredibly honored to have the humorous and entertaining Howie Southworth on the evōx team. He’s spent much of his life zipping around the world learning about local ingredients, customs,... read more
06/10/2013
Connected Through Food Food brings people together. You don’t even have to speak the same language to bond with someone over your love for food. It is a great way to access your community and... read more
05/30/2013
As the weather warms up, I am always looking for the quintessential summer wine. As a lover of rosé wine, I must admit to its poor reputation. Albeit, one that is for the most part, completely... read more
05/27/2013
I’d like to start off by just having you tell us a little bit about yourself… Specifically, what is your background and how did you become interested in food and travel? I grew up in a... read more
Healthy Pup Homemade Dog Food
05/13/2013
We spend about $50 per month feeding our dogs organic, delicious, homemade and healthy meals. Quality canned dog food is definitely more convenient than making our own (although slightly more... read more
05/13/2013
We spend about $50 per month feeding our dogs organic, delicious, homemade and healthy meals. Quality canned dog food is definitely more convenient than making our own (although slightly more... read more
Green Papaya Salad
05/06/2013
Green papaya is delicious in a Thai salad called Som Tum. It is a light and refreshing dish that can please a seasoned palate. Salty, sour, spicy and crunchy elements can satisfy any craving. Low... read more
05/01/2013
These tacos are simple to make and perfect for Cinco de Mayo. Shrimp or fish are ideal fillings for a light version of Mexican cuisine, which sometimes has a reputation for being heavy or fried.... read more

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