Pan Seared Brussel Sprouts
Aug26

Pan Seared Brussel Sprouts

I love having a fresh veggie side to go along with my main dinner dish. If you’ve never tried brussel sprouts, don’t be intimidated. Growing up my family never ate brussel sprouts, so I’ll admit I wasn’t really sure what to do with them. Once I figured out how to prep them, I was ready to take on the mini cabbage. This is a simple, yet delicious Pan Seared Brussel Sprouts recipe. Give it a shot! ...

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Sweet and Salty Edamame
May20

Sweet and Salty Edamame

I recently discovered the only green vegetable my 5 year old will eat is Edamame. That’s cool, I guess. I always enjoy a fresh bowl of steamed Edamame. I was recently introduced to Mowhawk Valley Trading Company. They offer some of the finest raw honey you can buy. I’m totally in love! Their delicious Orange Blossom Honey is what inspired this addictive Sweet and Salty Edamame Recipe.  If...

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Lemon Dill Asparagus
Mar25

Lemon Dill Asparagus

Nothing packs more of a nutrient punch than veggies and herbs combined. If you haven’t tried roasted asparagus, you should. This Lemon Dill Asparagus recipe is a yummy twist on standard roasted asparagus. It’s not only delicious, but it’s good for you too! Adding the lemon and dill gives this dish a flavor boost. It also adds extra vitamins, nutrients and health benefits. The best part? It’s simple!...

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Roasted Kentucky Pole Bean Recipe
Aug29

Roasted Kentucky Pole Bean Recipe

  This is the first year my family grew Kentucky Pole Beans. We weren’t sure what to expect and were shocked at how massive our bean harvest was this season. We planted two bean plants in the ground and one in a hydroponic bucket. It was amazing to see how quickly the roots took hold in the hydroponic system. Our beans grew quickly in the hydro bucket. The harvest from the plants in the ground came late in the summer. Once I...

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Easy Kale Recipe

  I was always a little intimidated by kale, because it’s not something I had eaten often. Although I was a little intimidated, the health benefits of kale are quite impressive. One cup of chopped kale has only about 30 calories is high in calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, and a vitamin K. It is also a good source of copper, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus. The health benefits can’t be ignored, so we decided...

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