If you have leftover chicken, make this refreshing salad with tropical mangoes, tomatoes and cucumbers. You can have your little ones helping to shred the Romain lettuce and the chicken. This can be a fun family bonding time!
We love to celebrate all the different festive holidays from around the world! St Patrick’s Day is a day to cheer up with food and drinks. At our academy, we create recipes that are cleaner and leaner without sacrificing flavor. This recipe for mini Shepard’s pies is a great rendition of the traditional one and […]
We all know that those artificial food colors are not healthy and are suspected of having links to behavioral and health problems. At The Real Food Academy, we teach our students how to use natural food color using fruits or vegetables, not only changes the color but makes them healthier for you.
This mix of greens and superfoods can become part of a wrap a side or a meal on its own. You can top it with baked pieces of tofu, fish or chicken breast. Make it for dinner, take it to the office or a picnic and you will be replenishing your body with REAL foods […]
The french dish Ratatouille is a variation of similar dishes from the mediterranean, you can have it as a main or side dish, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. At The Real Food Academy, we like this dish not only for its rich taste but also because is nutritous and fun to make! Kids and […]
Kale is here to stay. A “wild” member of the cabbage family, this rough green can be cooked or made into salads such as the classic Caesar Salad created by August Escoffier for his friend Caesar Ritz. Kale is high in fiber (which helps digestion), full of phytonutrients which help detoxify our bodies and has a […]
Sweet healthy and delicious combination of lemon, vinegar and beets with a touch of maple syrup! Your kids will love this one!
Paella is considered one of Spain’s national dishes, depending on the region it can be made with seafood, meats or a mix of both. At the Real Food Academy we like to prepare it with Black Rice or Sorghum, just precook the rice or sorghum in the broth (keeping about 1 cup for step # […]
The dynamic duo! Cauliflower and Artichokes are known for their health benefits. They contain minerals, vitamins, fiber and antioxidants that aid the cardiovascular system, immune system, detoxify the body and prevent early oxidation in cells that can speed up cancer. Skip the Parmesan and Goat Cheese to keep it on the vegan side and add […]
Perfect for Valentine’s Day Dinner! This grilled romaine lettuce tossed with roasted beets, berries, pistachios and homemade dressing is easy to make, can be prepared ahead of time and is full of antioxidants and healthy fats. If you don’t have a grill, you can always broil the lettuce(only for 1 or 2 minutes). Turn this […]