If you’re looking to cut the fats, the salts, and the sugars from your diet, there’s one thing, in particular, you need to cut out of your life wholesale. It means that whatever supermarket you might have used before is likely about to become more than 80% out of bounds.
We’re talking about cutting out processed foods. It can be difficult to make the transition, but there are a few tools that you’re going to need to really make it.
If you’re getting into a whole foods diet, you have to commit. That means drawing a line in the sand and not allowing yourself any temptation to the dark side.
We all know that it can be a struggle sometimes cutting back on salt, fat, and sugar. But we also know that these things are not great for our health, that is why we did it. But did you know that there are lots of awesome kitchen gadgets out there that make cooking without these things, not only possible but easy? No? Well, keep reading for a cooking revelation.
The end product was a very tasty dinner that was simple to make, enjoy.
Recipes cards at supermarket fish and beef counters seem a bit old-school, bu I still like to pick them up when looking for new ideas to meet my low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar diet requirements. I recently grabbed one for garlic-herbed scallops because I knew I had a package of scallops in my freezer and hadn’t been sure how to cook them.
The atmosphere is very casual and the staff was very helpful and friendly. And the menu had several other offerings I hope to try on future visits.
Highwood, a far northern Chicago suburb, has been known traditionally for its Italian restaurants but the foodscape there is becoming much more diverse these days. Lucky Fish Deli is just one example, a fun seafood shack that can make you feel like you’re in some sleepy East coast fishing town. Indeed, the decor was inspired by a trip the owner took to Maine, according to one story I’ve read.
The seafood was excellent. I went with a half-dozen oysters, which came out clean, fresh and cold as they should be served. I think the waiter said they were bluepoints. I was a little surprised there weren’t several varieties to choose from, but was very happy with what was available. Continue reading “A fun seafood restaurant in food-heavy Highwood, Il.”