Pickled Beet and Goat Cheese Toast

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Pickled Beet & Goat Cheese Toast from Real Pickles As (deliciously) pictured above! Ingredients Focaccia (this week’s bread of the week) sliced into 1/2-inch slices Soft goat cheese (available this week: R&G Plain Chevre, Nettle Meadow Calamity Crumbles) Real Pickles Organic Fermented Beets, well-drained Parsley, chopped (optional) Instructions Toast focaccia for 2-3 min until golden. Let cool. Spread generously with … Read More

Sweet & Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

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Not only is butternut squash tasty, it also is rich in nutrition. This colorful veggie is high in vitamins A & C, minerals potassium and magnesium and BONUS it is high in fiber. Ingredients 1 package Field Goods Frozen Butternut Squash defrosted 1 package Field Goods Frozen Bell Peppers defrosted 1 small yellow onion, chopped 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1-cup … Read More

Roasted Garlic Green Beans

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Green beans, while seemingly common are actually a great and underestimated health food. String beans are rich in antioxidants, including vitamin C, manganese and beta-carotene, which provide a direct benefit to our heart health. Green beans are also high in vitamin K, a nutrient imperative to the blood clotting process and to supporting healthy bones. Ingredients 1 bag Field Goods … Read More

Mini Apple Turnovers: Tiny Treats

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Recipes from The Sylvia Center, whose mission is to inspire young people to become healthy eaters and advocates for healthy food in their families and communities.  Imagine the scene: It’s Saturday afternoon and your guests arrive shortly for a lovely home-cooked meal which you’ve had going in the crockpot because you’ve learned that the crockpot is possibly the greatest invention of all time. … Read More

Roasted Veggie Burritos: Spice It Up

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Recipes from The Sylvia Center, whose mission is to inspire young people to become healthy eaters and advocates for healthy food in their families and communities.  Right about this time of year before spring truly hits and stuff starts popping up again, we can all fall prey to squash-exhaustion, a cruel and bitter condition none of us (especially the squash) deserves. So: let’s … Read More