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Category Archives: Fruits and Vegetables
Those wonderful leafy greens, so full of vitamins, minerals and fiber – a health boon to our bodies!! So what to do with them? Here’s a few ideas to get you started!
Have leftover stems from your asparagus (Like the ones left from the quiche) ? Here’s what to do with them…
Asparagus – the first of the Spring crops that start blessing our table around here – and I love it. How about a great breakfast with those tasty little stalks?
This hardy soup is perfect for a week night- just put it in the crock pot, go to work and it’s done when you get home! Add some hot garlic bread and it is simply delicious!
Carrots – You think there’s no difference? But there is!
Kale – the most nutrient dense food there is. It’s full of vitamins like A,K and C – minerals like calcium and potassium (to name a couple). It’s chock full of antioxidants and can actually help lower cholesterol. And this … Continue reading
I love citrus. This salad combines three delicious citrus fruits with a touch of dressing and a dash of sweet raspberries. A refreshing addition to any meal!
Looking for a meat-free sandwich that’s hardy and filling? Portobello mushrooms fit that bill. Totally vegetarian and totally delicious! It’s easy and fast – great for lunch or dinner
Looking for a quick meal or a hearty lunch? Here is a simple stir fry you can whip up in no time. Buy the chicken already cooked and the broccoli already cut –
We had a lot of visitors this last year and we thank each and every one of you that came and supported our site! Here are recipes for the top ten most visited posts of 2016 – If you’re looking for … Continue reading