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November 2019

The holiday season is just around the corner.  It can be pretty tricky to find just the right dishes to please everyone at the table.  Whether you or someone at your holiday table is a vegetarian, you (or they) shouldn't have to just settle for a plate full of side dishes.  This is a satisfying vegetarian entrée that is beautiful and delicious. Not only is this dish delicious, but it is also very nutritious.  Butternut squash contains nearly 500% of the RDI for Vitamin A, is low in calories and high in fiber.  Wild rice is a low-calorie, nutrient dense food.  It is high in nutrients including manganese, magnesium, and protein.  Nuts are rich in protein, healthy fats, calcium and zinc. This recipe will makes 4 entrée servings or if you wish to serve this as a side, it will make 8

Today the marketplace is full of "boutiquy" little jars of seasoning blends. There is simply no need to spend a ridiculous amount of money for these seasoning combinations that you can easily make for yourself with a few bulk herbs from our bulk department. My go-to seasoning blend is one that I have been using for many years now. Hardly a dish is served at my house without at least a little of the seasoning blend in it. It is a versatile blend that I use to elevate the flavor of everything from salsa to soup. At the holidays, I make up batches of this seasoning blend and put it in cute little jars with a label and give it as gifts to friends. It's an easy, inexpensive gift from the kitchen. You will find that many of the blog posts that I

One of the biggest food trends going right now is cauliflower everything! In our store, we carry so many products made with cauliflower, including crackers, breaded chicken tenders, pizza, and even "rice". Cauliflower has so many health benefits. It is low in calories with only 25 calories per cup. It's high in Vitamin C and also contains Vitamin K, B6, Folate, Potassium, Pantothenic Acid and Magnesium. It contains 10 percent of the fiber you need daily, and it is a good source of antioxidants, including sulforaphane which may reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes. This recipe is a wonderful alternative to traditional chicken wings. Since the cauliflower is baked, it is much healthier than deep fried wings, yet equally delicious. Buffalo cauliflower can be made non-dairy by using a dairy-free milk alternative. Just make sure that it is unsweetened. There