Weekend brunch at home (or, lunch, if you completely spaced on daylight savings time like we almost did) can be beautiful, delicious AND healthy (and not super complicated).
Our CK nutrition team stopped into Crow's Landing to check out the new menu and chat about dining out without sacrificing nutrition goals, flavor and fun - it really can be done when you have a menu that is designed with health and wellness (and a little indulgence) in mind.
Did you know that we offer special corporate meal delivery pricing for our local heroes (public service professionals in education, healthcare, police, fire and armed forces) when we deliver for a group at local schools, hospitals, police & fire departments, armed forces facilities and more?
What you purchase, whether its planned or bought on a whim has a profound effect on your waistline as well as your overall health. Planning your meals and snacks and shopping with a list is the most efficient and impactful way of living a healthier lifestyle.
Being from the Pacific Northwest, wild + local salmon was a weekly staple and SO FRESH and delicious. We are bringing those flavors to the east coast with our CK lemon-ginger vinaigrette.
Eating a morning meal kick-starts your metabolism, helping you burn calories throughout the day. Eating a healthy breakfast also breaks the ‘overnight fasting period’ to keep your energy levels up during the day. Do you need to prepare a 3-course meal with every major food group? No. A simple, quick and balanced bite to wake up your body, mind, metabolism and muscles is really all you need.
This Valentine's Smoothie Bowl recipe not only tastes amazing - it is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants from organic berries, healthy fats from nut butter and fiber & potassium from banana.
Roasting vegetables brings out the earthy, hearty and slightly sweet properties of root vegetables. By tossing vegetables in a little prepared herb & garlic oil, the flavor profile is enhanced and elevated while vegetables achieve a creamy, caramelized texture and taste. The squeeze of roasted lemon at the end adds a pop of brightness and acidic note to the dish.
Have you ever found yourself rooting around in the pantry looking for something sweet after a particularly hard day? Perhaps you have found yourself eating chips out of the bag while staring off into the distance, quietly crunching as your mind wanders? If you answered yes to any of these, you have experienced emotional eating.
How can you return from vacation feeling as healthy as you did before you left? Stay active, stay hydrated, make healthy food choices and enjoy everything in moderation.