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  • Grilled Steak Tacos with Pickled Peach and Onion

    Grilled Steak Tacos with Pickled Peach and Onion

    Weary of the same tiresome summer grill standards? Us too! We’ve adapted a Prevention Magazine recipe that offers a fresh and flavorful respite from the same hotdog and burger fare. Don’t be put off by the pickled peach and onion mixture, as it’s super easy to throw together and will make your dinner guests think you slaved away in the kitchen all day! Swap out corn tortillas if you are going gluten-free.

     
  • Grilled Steak Tacos with Pickled Peach and Onion

    Grilled Steak Tacos with Pickled Peach and Onion

    Weary of the same tiresome summer grill standards? Us too! We’ve adapted a Prevention Magazine recipe that offers a fresh and flavorful respite from the same hotdog and burger fare. Don’t be put off by the pickled peach and onion mixture, as it’s super easy to throw together and will make your dinner guests think you slaved away in the kitchen all day! Swap out corn tortillas if you are going gluten-free.

     
  • Roasted Broccoli & Apple Salad with Lemon-Tahini Dressing

    Roasted Broccoli & Apple Salad with Lemon-Tahini Dressing

    Looking to try a vegan recipe that will appeal to even the staunchest meat-eaters in your family? We’ve adapted a recipe from Prevention magazine that will fill the bill with bright flavors, texture and color.

     
  • Pumpkin Curry Soup

    Pumpkin Curry Soup

    This tasty soup is very easy to make and a colorful addition to holiday meals. Canned pumpkin puree is an easy source for the mashed cooked pumpkin. Or, you can make your own puree by roasting a small pie pumpkin and whipping the flesh in a blender or food processor.

     
  • Classic Minestrone

    Classic Minestrone

    Do you yearn for comfort food, but despise spending hours in the kitchen? Have we got a recipe for you! Adapted from a Prevention magazine recipe, this no-hassle minestrone is on the table in less than 30 minutes. What’s more, this tasty traditional Italian soup is full of fiber, veggies and protein-rich beans.

     
  • Warm Spiced Sweet Potato Salad

    Warm Spiced Sweet Potato Salad

    Will one more summer BBQ featuring mayonnaise-laden white potato salad put you (and your healthy intentions!) over the edge? Adapted from a Tufts University recipe, this is a colorful and healthy twist on the tired out summertime classic.

     
  • Chicken Angelo

    Chicken Angelo

    The mushrooms, onions, garlic and cheese in this recipe dress up the baked chicken breasts with a nice combination of flavor and texture. I used cremini mushrooms because they have a slightly earthy taste and are more flavorful than button mushrooms. Mushrooms are packed with vitamins, minerals and disease fighting antioxidants. Enjoy!

     
  • Southwest Black Bean, Corn, Quinoa, & Kale

    Southwest Black Bean, Corn, Quinoa, & Kale

    This nutrient dense vegan dish is high in protein, high in fiber, and is gluten free. It is also very versatile and can be served warm or cold as a side dish or a main course. Raw kale is an acquired taste for some. The lemon juice in this recipe will help to tenderize the kale, but you can always steam the kale if you prefer a more wilted version. Enjoy!

     
  • Favorite Easy Salsa Recipe

    Favorite Easy Salsa Recipe

    This is my all time favorite salsa recipe. Chipotle comes from the Nahuatl/Aztec word chilpoctli, which means smoked chili. The chipotle peppers in Adobo sauce add a nice depth of flavor. Using a blender reduces some of the chopping and makes this salsa fast and easy to prepare. You can vary the ingredients according to your own taste. I love this salsa with tortilla chips but find myself sneaking it on eggs, potatoes, rice, pasta, or in salads for extra flavor.

     
  • Shrimp Stew, Brazilian Style

    Shrimp Stew, Brazilian Style

    Brazilian Shrimp Stew, also known as Moqueca de Camarao, is flavorful and easy to make. Dende or red palm oil (not kernel palm oil) is rich in carotene antioxidants and gives the stew a nice orange color. Red palm oil is a common cooking ingredient in the tropical belt of Africa, Southeast Asia, and parts of Brazil. It can be found at health food stores and specialty grocers. Don’t worry if you can’t find it, the soup is tasty without it.

     
 

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