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Meet Tiffany

Meet Tiffany

Hey everyone, my name is Tiffany Vickers-Davis. I am the co-founder of Nourish and now manage all things food here at Nourish. I was born in Germany, our family moved to the US in 1973 and settled in Winston-Salem, NC. My mother was a very good cook, making delicious scratch-made soups and casseroles. Although as a single mother, her time was tight. After working as a waitress in a chain restaurant in college, I decided to spend the summer as the "broil cook" on the line. I really loved it! I went back to waitressing to make better money, but...

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Mary's Sangria Recipe

Mary's Sangria Recipe

This is a great healthy sangria recipe. Who doesn't love having a healthier cocktail option? This is Mary's FAVORITE warm weather cocktail, but you can always tweak it to make it your own!  4 cups ice 1 lime, cut into rounds 1 medium orange, cut into rounds 1 lemon, cut into rounds 1 gala apple, cut into wedges 1 quart raspberries 1 bottle dry white wine Splash of club soda (or use as much as you'd like) Mint to garnish

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Almond Butter Pancakes

Almond Butter Pancakes

Our recipe is a go to for healthy breakfast or brunch on a slow weekend morning (or any morning). You can easily add dark chocolate chips, blueberries or any of your go to pancake mix-ins. Get creative! 2 large eggs 2 bananas mashed ½ cup almond butter ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Pinch salt 1 cup almond meal or almond flour ½ teaspoon baking powder Cooking spray 1) Combine first 6 ingredients in a bowl. Stir with a whisk. Add in almond meal and baking powder. Stir to combine. 2) Heat a skillet over medium heat. Coat with cooking spray....

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Yogurt 👍 or 👎

Yogurt 👍  or 👎

Looking for a quick fix breakfast or snack option? Why not grab a yogurt out of the fridge and start the day right?  I believe yogurt is an essential in every home. It’s the perfect filler leading to longer satiety and overall better health. Because yogurt is derived from milk, it’s an excellent source of vitamin D protein, calcium, and B vitamins. Yogurt is also known as a Probiotic. This means that it contains strains of live-bacteria which work to improve the gut microbiota in our body. Eating yogurt once a day has been seen to influence a decrease in...

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Grapeseed Oil

So, we recently made the switch from an Olive Oil and Canola Oil blend to Grapeseed Oil. Naturally, we wanted to catch you all up to speed on some of the health benefits.   Grapeseed oil is known to be high in omega-6 fatty acids. In addition, it is packed with vitamin E. Vitamin E works in the body as a fat-soluble antioxidant. More specifically, vitamin E is good for protecting cells from damaging free radicals that are associated with cancer, heart disease, and other illnesses (thus potentially decreasing the risk of these issues). Grapeseed oil has been tied to...

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