Sorrel and watermelon popsicles

Makes 8 popsicles ¼ cup dried sorrel ¾ cup water 10 mint leaves 2 tablespoons...

‘Handy’ granola

Adapted from a recipe by British chef Anna Jones, ingredients are measured out by handfuls...

Green hummus

This Levantine dip of cooked, mashed chickpeas is one of our favorite healthy snacks, but...

Energy balls

Instead of reaching for candy or chips when you want a quick snack on-the-trot, whizz...

Cooking with coconut…four easy ways

Lauded for its health benefits and the versatility with which it can be used, coconut...

A guide to good gut health

The expression “listen to your gut” may have more truth than you know. Your gut...

Mexicali stuffed sweet potatoes

  SERVES 2 2 sweet potatoes ½ cup cooked black beans ¼ cup onion, chopped ½...

How to: Smarter grocery storage

Master the art of storage to help your groceries last longer, cut kitchen waste and...

Digesting a trend: Bee pollen

What is it? Excellent question. We’re talking about the pollen produced by flowers that bees gather...

In season

Winter may not be the time we associate with abundance, but in Cayman’s climate we...

The foodie diaries: How Cayman’s fittest fuel their lifestyles

They may seem to possess superhuman reserves of energy, but a nutritious, balanced diet is...

Clean green smoothie recipe

Provided to our sister publication Flava, courtesy of Jessie’s Juice Bar Serves 1 1¼ cups coconut water ¾...

Teetotal tipples

Being ‘off the bottle’ no longer means having to glug childish, sugar-laden sodas. Alcohol-free has...

Veg-centric cuisine

Plant-based diets have hit the mainstream. We explore why consumers and chefs are adopting a...

Magnificent mango

The mango joins a long list of fruits brought to the Caribbean by early maritime...

Summer in a bowl

Originally featured in our sister publication Flava. Courtesy of Anna Lisle, author of “Whole Food,...

The ABCs of vitamins

  Vitamins are essential for many bodily processes, and as many cannot be made in the...

Stop the sugar rush

Health professionals have long cautioned about the dangers of consuming too much sugar. Study after study...

A weighty issue

Obesity is weighing heavily on Cayman’s population. More than 30 percent of adults are considered obese,...

Mad for mocktails

Booze is not necessarily needed for a good night out or a successful social event,...

Kale and strawberry salad

Provided to our sister publication Flava, courtesy of Leanne Thorne Serves 4-6 Salad: 1 head of kale ...

Turkey bolognese

Provided to our sister publication Flava, courtesy of Bon Vivant Serves 4-6 2 tablespoons Extra Virgin...

Give thanks for turkey!

Excitement is building for holiday lovers at this time of year. Canadian Thanksgiving has passed,...

A guide to fresh juice: The elixir of life

Whether store-bought or homemade, drinking freshly pressed or spun juice is a great way to...

Super spices: The apothecary in your pantry

Next time you’re looking to stave off a cold, ease indigestion or clear a stuffy...

The basics of diabetes

Diabetes mellitus, along with high blood pressure and asthma, was one of the three top medical conditions exposed in Cayman’s 2010 Census of Population...

Choosing the right athletic shoe

As the saying goes, good shoes take you to good places. And that good place may be your personal best on the running track,...

The Conversation: Companies and governments are paying people to get healthy, and it works

Marc Mitchell, Western University In many ways, we have never been less healthy. Nearly 100 million adults in the United States are obese. At any...

Scale the Bluff

Ideal for nature lovers and adventurers, avid rock climber David Verhoeven says scaling the Bluff is a unique and educational experience. One of his...