Baked Salmon Dijon

This elegant but easy Baked Salmon Dijon recipe is a perfect protein to serve mid-week. Since salmon defrosts and cooks quickly, it can be a lifesaver on days when you forgot to take meat out of the freezer before heading to work. The trick to cooking salmon is keeping it moist. Creamy Dijon mustard seals in moisture and add a punch of flavor, while helping a crunchy layer of breading to stick to the fish. Up the flavor of the baked-on crust (no frying needed!) by adding crushed pecans and fresh herbs. Since this baked salmon will cook quickly, pay close attention to it for the few minutes that it is in the oven. If you like your salmon on the rare side, you might want to remove it early, as

Teriyaki Chicken Stir-Fry

This simple Teriyaki Chicken Stir-Fry recipe is an easy place to start for those who are new to healthy cooking, and it may become your go-to healthy dinner for nights when you’re short on time (perfect if you have pre-chopped veggies in the fridge or freezer). Start by having all of your ingredients prepped, and make sure your pan (or wok, if you have one) in screeching hot. Then, for best results, cook your Teriyaki Chicken Stir-fry ingredients in batches: starting with the chicken, and once that’s cooked, remove it from the pan before tossing in your veggies. Why cook your stir-fry in batches? Well, if it seems a bit high maintenance, know that it’s worth it. The goal of stir-frying is to

Love Without The Chub: Losing Weight In A Relationship

Dating on a "diet" can be a real CHALLENGE. Workout schedules are compromised. There's more eating out and drink dates. Just a lot more temptations overall. And now that I'm in a relationship (with a wonderful man named Jordan), I'm struggling to find the balance of having fun with my boyfriend and living a healthy lifestyle. This is us on the first night we met on Halloween weekend; Chewbacca and the Baywatch Babe hit it off ;) We met in a bar in Uptown Dallas the weekend after I finished being a part of a grueling 3-month fitness program called 80 Day Obsession. For 13 weeks I gave up alcohol, bad foods and turned my time to meal prep and workouts with weights. RELATED: My 80 Day Obsession

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