Spice Up Your BBQs With a Variety of Kabobs

Meat and vegetable kabobs on the grill

Had your fill of barbeque sauce this summer? Need a change? Try Kabobs – these quick and easy meat and veggie sticks will put smiles on your family’s faces while providing them with a very nutritional meal that is low in fat and high in vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients. Even better, they won’t have to know that these kabobs are healthy as they taste yummy! Try all of different recipe suggestions and get a different taste every time.

The Natural Cleaning Power of Lemon

Lemon as a cleanser | Foodal.com

Household cleaners of one variety or another always seem to find their way onto the weekly grocery list. Unfortunately, they are expensive and sometime have unnecessary chemicals. Not long ago, I came across a shop in Chicago that specialized in natural cleansing products for the home, and after perusing the shelves found an all-purpose citrus …

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Introducing Your Children to the Art of Cooking

Teaching Your Children to Cook

Cooking together helps to produce a long-term positive attitude towards food, cooking, and eating as well as bringing the family closer together. This would definitely be one of those activities considered quality family time.

Kitchen Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring Cleaning in the Kitchen | Foodal.com

Spring is definitely on its way. Despite temperatures in the teens last week and forecast again for next week, it was a balmy 69°F today – delicious! Thoughts of spring crocuses, wicker porch furniture, and even thorough spring-cleanings begin to surface. Don’t forget the kitchen! Here are some hints to get your kitchen ready for …

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Tips to Minimize Dish Cleaning During the Holidays

A woman wearing dish washing gloves and an apron contemplates doing the dishes.

Dinner is over, and your guests leave the table with smiles on their faces. But who is going to deal with the dishes after they leave? Check out our tips for cutting down on the mountains of plates, silverware, and cookware that tend to pile up on the holidays, and how to share dish duty to cut your time spent scrubbing in half. Read more on Foodal.

How to Make Homemade Almond Milk

Top down view of Almond milk.

Have though about making your own homemade almond milk? It’s an easy process and only requires almonds, water, a food processor or good quality blender, and cheese cloth. Get the complete directions now!

Soaked Whole Grain Bread: Soft, Sweet, and Pure Comfort

A close up image of a whole grain bread with a knife on the on top of a white chopping board.

A dark and golden whole grain bread that’s tasty and easy to digest thanks to the grains being soaked before baking which helps break down starches and neutralize the phytic acid. Get more nutrition and better gut health by soaking your grains with this easy recipe.

The Great Pumpkin Pie Failure

A slice of pumpkin and whole pie and fresh pumpkins in the background | Foodal

Cooking is not just therapeutic or delicious; it is learning. And no learning happens without a few mistakes, even if that means a bad recipe or two.

On Bedtime Snacks

Jam on toast with green apple slices | Foodal

Grandmothers and snacks. Let’s reminiscence about our childhood and remember the good times, good things, all connected to food. Journey back with Shanna now.