HHW’s Top Recipes for Spring

    Healthy Spring Recipes For those who haven’t read our bio (found on the top of the page & titled “Hello World”)…we live in Puerto Rico: a tropical paradise. Come this time of year the weather starts to change. The … Continue reading

HHW’s Top Attractions in 2013..in case you missed them!

Goodbye 2013, hello 2014!! Another 365 days of life gone, lived and enjoyed. Why don’t we kick off this new year of  blogging by reviewing the best of 2013? I’ve included a picture collage of our most popular attractions in … Continue reading

{Body meet cabbage your new friend: Cabbage & Broccoli Asian Stir-fry}

Introduction: This vegetable side is cheap and simple. A small head of cabbage can cost about $1 and some change, plus there are several types to choose from. The most common types (easily found in regular supermarkets) are red, green, … Continue reading

{Overnight Oatmeal: an affordable and nutritious breakfast alternative}

Summary:  Porridge is considered a traditional breakfast in many countries.  Why? It’s cheap, warm and comforting. However do you know that oatmeal is actually very healthy? It’s health quality can actually increase or decrease depending on how you prepare it. … Continue reading

{Asian Fusion Salad + Honey Ginger Dressing: can you guess the superfood ingredient?}

  Summary:  Summer = fresh and cool cuisine. At least for me… So as you will see most of what I created lately has been juices, smoothies and salads. Well nothing beats the heat like these healthy meals and snacks! … Continue reading

{Strawberry-Avocado Summer Salad}

Summary:  Nothing beats a large nutrient rich, fresh salad to quick off the week after 4th of July weekend. Yep…I am guessing most of you misbehaved….I know I did! So to help you start THIS week right, I offer you … Continue reading

{Bean Fiesta Salad: cool, spicy and lean}

Summary: Hungry for mexican? Go ahead and try this lean mexican recipe and leave the remorse behind! This salad is packed with lean meatless protein and fiber. It’s a simple recipe. Anyone can make this, especially if you buy canned or … Continue reading

{Carrot ginger spice soup}

Summary: Nothing like a warm soup on a rainy day. This one is low in fat and high in vitamin C, antioxidants, beta carotene and TASTE. The ginger adds a zing of flavor while the freshly ground pepper will tingle … Continue reading

{Meatless Monday: shortcut spaghetti bolognese}

Summary: Yummy, comforting weeknight meal…now made quicker, healthier and meatless! This recipe can be done in under 30 minutes. Just boil, chop and simmer. Traditional bolognese recipes also contains celery – I omitted this ingredient because I am NOT a … Continue reading

{Asian night – vegan style: quinoa stuffed lettuce wraps with hot peanut sauce}

Summary:  After a couple of sweet posts….I bring you something salty. Creating this dish was so much fun. You can either eat this quinoa as an “asian fried rice” or go ahead and make the peanut sauce and use as … Continue reading