Curried Chicken Slow Cooker Stew

Wondering what to do with all of those Turkey Day leftovers? Besides the obvious turkey sandwiches, add a little spice and combine your turkey (sub for chicken), carrots, peas & sweet potatoes in this comforting, healthy and delicious recipe from local certified Health Coach, and new CK wellness partner, Anne Dwyer.

Drop The Knife: Caffe Tosca (Healthy Twists on Classic Favs)

You can totally (and, literally) “go big or go home” here with the classic favs like the enormous Double Breasted Chicken Parmesan or you can keep it light and healthy by mixing, matching and being mindful of sauces and dressing options. Here is how we do Caffe Tosca "CK style" with healthy twists on your favorite local menu.

CK Autumn Brunch Pizzetta (featuring Duxbury Saltworks

What’s better than a salty, sweet, spicy, herbaceous, savory dish for that “I kinda want breakfast...but, I also want lunch” weekend meal affectionately known as “brunch”? We are so fortunate to have incredible local, organic, hand-harvested ingredients right here on the south shore that we think the best way to highlight these incredible resources is to give them a front-row seat at the breakfast-lunch-brunch table.

Drop The Knife: Citrus & Salt (Coastal Mexican Excellence)

Welcome to our very first review in a new series we are calling "Drop The Knife" - where we get OUT of our own kitchen and hit the streets to find the best in innovative cuisine, cocktails and ambiance while uncovering healthy options and house specialities. Our first stop: Citrus & Salt (Back Bay, Boston).

CK Chipotle Sweet Potato Chili (featuring Duxbury Saltworks)

Fall is in the air and our friends at Duxbury Saltworks have created the perfect seasonal salt blend for all of our favorite fall dishes. Our new CK Chipotle Sweet Potato Chili highlights the pure flavor of locally harvested salt and the perfect blend of herbs.

Back To Basics: The Truth About Weight Gain & Age

We've always been told that aging is a natural process that we can't control and that part of the process can often involve losing muscle and gaining fat. It's true that getting older is associated with a loss of muscle, but it doesn't necessarily have to be that way.

Back to Basics: Harvest Time

Luckily we are entering one of the best food seasons of the year…harvest time. This is when we can enjoy those end-of-the-summer fresh vegetables and fruits. We all know that a diet high in fruits and vegetable is the key to ultimate health, so pile up your plates and get going on a plant-based diet.