The “Fighting Cancer With Your Fork” webinar is available at this link: https://www.anymeeting.com/WebConference/RecordingDefault.aspx?c_psrid=E950D881854B3B
It covers the top 12 (or 13 or 14) most researched foods when it comes to nutrition and cancer! You just might find that Brussels sprouts and other cruciferous vegetables are included in cancer fighting foods!
Now, Let’s Revolutionize Brussels!
My intern, Jessica, developed the recipes for smoothies I shared in the last few articles, and she did some smoothie classes around Winston-Salem. She demonstrated and sampled the creamy cado smoothie and everyone loved it! Be sure to try one for yourself.
Another project we worked on while she was interning is to do a cooking video. It was a bit of work to plan out what and how to do the video in a short amount of time, but I think she did a great job. You can learn how to make this recipe in less than 4 minutes!
If you asked Jessica what inspired her to create this recipe, she would tell you it’s because a friend of hers said she hated Brussels sprouts. Jessica saw this as a challenge and made this recipe for her. Guess what? Her friend loved it!!
Well…. my friend, Scott, told me last night that he doesn’t like Brussels sprouts. So I guess this is a challenge to him too. 🙂
Or, if you really can’t stand the thought –> Make this same recipe with cabbage instead of Brussels sprouts! They’re both in the cruciferous vegetable category which is one of the top cancer fighting foods. Enjoy!
Here’s the video:
Here’s the recipe:
- Oil (to coat pan)
- 1 bag Brussels sprouts, sliced thin
- ¾ cup pesto (homemade or store bought)
- 1½ cups chopped walnuts (or to taste)
- Parmesan cheese, if desired
- Heat pan and coat with oil.
- Saute sliced Brussels until they turn bright green.
- Add pesto and mix over low heat.
- Add toasted walnuts, and mix.
- Top with parmesan, if desired.
- Enjoy warm or cool.
Seriously, it’s so yummy! But let me know what YOU think!