27 responses

  1. Maureen @ Orgasmic Chef
    May 25, 2012

    Because skin cancer is so prevalent in Australia (all that closeness to the hole in the ozone layer) there are clinics everywhere that do nothing but inspect skin for cancers and either cream, burn or surgically remove them. I’m not blonde or even close to it but I did play in the sun as a kid. I should get checked out.

    How can I express my gratitude for the pumpkin, pesto bruschetta?? I LOVE IT!

    The others are great too but I can just taste that bruschetta.

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      May 29, 2012

      I know there is a lot of skin cancer awareness in Australia-thanks for sharing! Glad you like the bruschetta :-)

  2. CJ
    May 25, 2012

    I love your recipes and your pics are amazing!

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      May 29, 2012

      Thanks CJ!!

  3. Liz
    May 26, 2012

    What a fabulous post…with all sorts of healthy and delicious suggestions! My lily white, Irish skin has a ton of skin damage and with a sister with melanoma, skin cancer is something I fear, too. Such beautiful photos!

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      May 29, 2012

      Thanks so much Liz, and I’m happy to spread the word about annual skin checks which are so important!

  4. teri@managedmacros
    May 26, 2012

    Nice post, friend! I was NOT aware it was skin cancer awareness month! I have had a skin assessment semi-recently however, I think I cold use another one :(. I am loving the kale pepper dip and the pumpkin bruschetta. ..they are so crisp,clean and refreshing, I want to gobble them up right now! I LOVE all the positive research on caffeine especially from coffee! Happy Memorial DAY!!!!

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      May 29, 2012

      Thank you Teri! I know, right?-Such interesting research on the possible role of caffeine in skin cancer prevention! Hope you had a wonderful Memorial weekend and awesome 1/2 marathon!!

  5. Alison @ Ingredients, Inc.
    May 26, 2012

    Great post! love this one!

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      June 1, 2012

      Thanks so much Alison!!

  6. Patti
    May 26, 2012

    Such an awesome post!! One of my favorites of yours.
    Thank you for this food for thought and helpful reminder!
    xo
    P

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      June 1, 2012

      Glad you liked it Patti, and always happy to share reminders :-)

  7. Terra
    May 27, 2012

    I did not know it was skin cancer awareness month, but it is something that is near to my heart. My father has troubles with skin cancer, because he works outside a lot. My Mom has has troubles too, she loves gardening. Thank you for sharing these gorgeous recipes, my hubby and I are always looking for healthy meal ideas:-) You know my favorite is that gorgeous pumpkin pesto bruschetta! I am a coffee drinker, and can drink it right before bed even, LOL! Sending love and hugs, Terra

    • EA-The Spicy RD
      June 1, 2012

      Thx for sharing your own stories Terra! I am jealous-you are just like my husband who can drink an espresso right before bed and sleep like a baby…xoxo

  8. amy @ fearless homemaker
    May 27, 2012

    such an important message – thanks for sharing it with your readers! and of course, your food always looks delicious. i remember that lemony kale pasta from when your first posted it – still need to try it soon!

  9. TastefullyJulie
    May 27, 2012

    I have so many weird moles and I keep saying I should get them checked but then I say “nah, I’m Italian!”. Lol, no but I seriously should. thanks for the reminder. And every single one of these recipes looks beautiful and delicious!

  10. Kristen @ swanky dietitian
    May 27, 2012

    That cinnamon almond mocha dessert looks amazing!
    And it’s good for you!! Win win!
    Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!

  11. Baker Street
    May 27, 2012

    Lovely post, EA! You’ve recommended some very healthy and delicious recipes here! And your pictures are just stunning as usual.

  12. kellie@foodtoglow
    May 29, 2012

    Love the recipes and links, EA. And I didn’t know it was skin cancer awareness month. Is it world-wide? I was raised in Florida but have lived i the Scotland for nearly 25 years. I have sun damage on my chest and arms but luckily I was smart enough to keep face covered. My Dad had melanoma and my sis gets a lot of moles removed so I think I was lucky in my move north.There has tobe some compensation for tour grey, drizzly weather! My daughter is very sun sensible and doesn’t sit in the sun at all. Good girl. I could learn a lot from her.

  13. Laura @ Family Spice
    May 29, 2012

    Every looks delicious! I’ll take two or each! I’m a brunette with middle-eastern blood and I suppose I don’t worry about this subject as my fair-skinned friends do. I still wear sunscreen and a hat, especially since I’ve always lived in sunny states: So California, Arizona, Texas & Florida. Thanks for the reminder that we all need to take care of our skin.

  14. Lauren Slayton
    May 30, 2012

    Drinking some skin protection now. I am not good about going to the dermatologist but will get checked now, good reminder.

  15. Melanie @ Nutritious Eats
    May 31, 2012

    Fabulous post and your pics are amazing! Can I come over for some tutoring? 😉

  16. The Wimpy Vegetarian
    June 5, 2012

    This is such great information!! Really great post about something really important to all of us. I was huge lay-out-in-the-sun girl for decades, but finally really watch it now. But eating for my skin is a great way to support change too. thanks!

  17. amy @ fearless homemaker
    July 18, 2013

    I’m so glad you’re raising awareness about such an important issue! As a fair-skinned Irish lass, my family has a HUGE history of skin cancer. I’m doing my best to prevent it, and these recipes are a great help!

  18. Cookin Canuck
    August 6, 2013

    This is a great post and reminder to get checked annually and to be vigilant with proactive measures. I love that one of those measures involves eating tasty food like the ones you listed here!

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