From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
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Salmon, olive oil, red wine and almonds top the list of preferred foods for this eating plan. They're all healthy picks, but read on to learn if the Mediterranean diet is the right choice for you.
Learn how to make a Mediterranean Pasta Salad for Meatless Monday.
The healthy benefits are numerous: better heart health and reduced risk of cancer and just to name a few. Use these swaps to make your diet more Mediterranean.
Fruity kalamata olives and olive oil give this tuna tons of flavor (you won’t miss the mayo). Parsley and lemon juice add the perfect amount of freshness.
Here is a basic Mediterranean Grain Salad. It's versatile dish -- make it with couscous, wheat berries or quinoa. Or try it with a medley and reap all their whole-grain benefits.
New research suggests that a Mediterranean diet can help treat depression.
It’s not just about eating more fish and olive oil. To get the health benefits associated with the Mediterranean diet, you need to embrace the lifestyle.
Get the take on creative dishes that fuse the familiar flavors of fried potato with the bold and briny notes of caviar.
Transform pantry staples into a flavor-packed no-cook pasta sauce with this recipe from Melissa d’Arabian.