Nutritionally Speaking – It’s Chanukah time

This year from sundown, Sunday Dec. 22 through Monday Dec. 30, Jews worldwide commemorate Chanukah, a Jewish holiday which celebrates the victory of the Maccabees over the larger Syrian army. It also celebrates a miracle that happened during this time, when just a day’s supply of oil allowed the menorah[Read More…]

Dogs (and cats) support optimal health

A few months ago, and a couple of years after our last dog, Poppy died, my wife Donna went to the animal shelter and brought home our new family member: cat-friendly, 8-year-old Emma. We have two cats, so it was important to find a dog that is cat-friendly, and Emma[Read More…]

A refreshing and flavorful herb

We just returned from a few days away “glamping.” We enjoyed hikes along the Deschutes, sitting by the fire, and meeting other campers and their pets. We usually eat mostly the same foods as at home, do as much precooking as possible, but often have some kind of treat food.[Read More…]

Salmon is tasty foundation for healthy diet

“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” This Chinese proverb rings true to many, but I suggest this newer adage as equally vital: Learn about the many health benefits derived from eating wild[Read More…]