Living Well

Feb
19

How to Season and Clean a Cast Iron Skillet

Cast iron skillets are commonly mistaken as an outdated cooking tool. But don’t let their old fashion appearance fool you; a well-seasoned cast iron skillet is extremely versatile and is great for going from stovetop to oven with ease. Additionally,... …more

Feb
12

Chocolate Croissant Bread Pudding

Inspired by the traditional French bakeries and fresh baked chocolate-filled croissants on his visit to Paris, HHS Vice President of Senior Living Johnny Carino decided bring the flaky dessert back home to the States. Starting with his already popular... …more

Feb
05

Tips and Tricks for Cleaning a Gas Cooktop

Do splatters from meals past and tiny crumbs blanket your gas cooktop? If you answered yes, the quick solution might be wiping down the area with a damp cloth and going about your day. But, for a clean that leaves your cooktop sparkling and... …more

Feb
03

Seared Salmon Zucchini Spaghetti with Walnut Pesto

Pasta is a feel-good favorite, but sometimes you want something just a little lighter. Try swapping out your standard spaghetti noodles for spiralized zucchini spaghetti for a much more nutrient-dense and healthy option. Topped with delicate seared... …more

Feb
01

Surprising Benefits of Walnuts

By Lauren Banks, R.D. Walnuts make for a great crunchy snack, but did you know that they offer some surprising health benefits? Although walnuts are high in fat, they have long been considered to be beneficial for both heart and brain health due to... …more