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Crunchy Chicken Recipe
14 MAY 2015

Crunchy Chicken Pieces Recipe

Celebrate Food Revolution Day Food Revolution Day is a global campaign to put compulsory practical food education on the school curriculum. Jamie Oliver passionately believes that by educating children about food in a fun and engaging way, we can equip them with the basic skills they need to lead healthier, happier lives, for themselves and […]

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Chicken Month
1 SEPTEMBER 2014

September is Chicken Month!

September is Chicken Month! In September, we pay homage to the chicken. In terms of getting your proteins into your daily diet, chicken is a smart, versatile way of doing it without sacrificing taste, texture, and most importantly in the lives of busy people – time. Chicken goes with just about any flavor and is […]

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Kiwi Peach Cobbler Recipe
15 AUGUST 2014

Kiwi Peach Cobbler Recipe

Kiwi and Peaches – A Yummy Combo! These sweet fruits might not look like they have a lot in common, but together the taste can’t be beat! Both of these sweet fruits pack such powerful nutritional punches that it’s no wonder August is dedicated to them! A single serving of both of these fruits can […]

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honeydew
20 MAY 2014

Honeydew Melon for a Vitamin C Boost

Honeydew – the Forgotten Melon With their pretty pastel green-colored flesh, honeydew can make for a great pop of color on an otherwise bland plate, but that’s not all the fruit is good for. Honeydew is an easily overlooked melon with a sweet flavor and a ton of health benefits worth considering next time you’re […]

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shrimp
17 FEBRUARY 2014

Chilled Maine Shrimp with Cabbage & Peanuts

The Details Makes: 6 servings, 1 cup each Active Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes The Ingredients 12 ounces cold cooked and peeled Maine shrimp or other small shrimp (about 1 1/2 cups) 1/2 small head Chinese or napa cabbage 20 sprigs fresh cilantro, divided 1 small head Boston lettuce 1/3 cup rice vinegar […]

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Quinoa Sweet Potato Vegetarian Meatballs
26 NOVEMBER 2013

Quinoa and Sweet Potato “Meatballs”

Meatless Vegetarian Entree with Quinoa Who says you have to give up meatballs if you become a vegetarian? Quinoa-encrusted sweet potatoes make for a unique alternative to greasy and fatty ground beef. These healthier “meatballs” are delicious, and go perfectly on a nice bed of greens for dinner. Vegetarian dishes get an unwarranted bad rap […]

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Stuffed Acorn Squash
25 NOVEMBER 2013

Stuffed Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash – with Wild Rice, Pears, Cranberries & Walnuts Savor the flavor of the fall harvest with this hearty dish, where fresh pears are sauteed with savory vegetables and combined with wild rice to fill roasted squash halves. Substitute chicken broth with vegetable broth to make this a vegetarian entree. Ingredients * 3) acorn […]

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14 FEBRUARY 2013

Bok Choy for Health

Nutrient Rich Bok Choy If you haven’t tried bok choy it’s time. This healthy green is packed with nutrients and is very flavorful. Bok choy is a Chinese cabbage with a taste unlike the lettuce looking cabbage most people are familiar with. The stalk tastes a bit like a combination of celery and Swiss chard. The leafy […]

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Moroccan Vegetarian Stew
10 JANUARY 2013

Moroccan Vegetarian Stew

  Need a recipe for a non-meat dish to rotate into your nutritious household menu? Try this spicy version of a vegetable stew. The flavors and spices are balanced perfectly when all vegetables listed in the recipe are used. Adjust the spices to your taste. This is a diabetic friendly recipe! Moroccan Vegetarian Stew Prep: 20 min. […]

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Red and White Quinoa Blog
11 OCTOBER 2012

How to Cook Quinoa

Easy Quinoa Recipe Quinoa (keen-o-ah): Delicious nutty flavor, quick & easy, nutritious, high protein Quinoa has the most protein of any grain,and the highest fat content. It’s a great source of vitamins & minerals, Quinoa is higher in lysine than wheat, and is considered a complete protein. Quinoa Factoid: Botanically, quinoa is not a grain, […]

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