Fill your baskets and Easter brunch dessert table with gourmet chocolate covered apples, chocolate pretzels or chocolate candy eggs - all made locally. Le Posh Pomme apples and pretzel rods ...
We grill, you chill. Every Thursday night. It’s more than take out – it’s Steak Out.
Deviled eggs have long been a staple of springtime gatherings and picnics, but this savory recipe with a Southern twist just might make them a standout. Made with all natural unprocessed ingredients, the recipe from Cooking Light produces a healthy appetizer or side dish for those eating clean.
Sometimes the best recipes require no cooking at all – like this “raw” strawberry sorbet. Use as a perfect palate-cleansing treat between courses or a cool treat on a warm spring afternoon. You can even put it in a martini glass with a splash of Grey Goose for an elegant cocktail. Recipe courtesy of rawist.com.
A nutritional powerhouse, kale is often called the “queen of greens.” Low in calories (zero fat) but high in fiber, iron, calcium, antioxidants and vitamins K. A and C, kale is also anti-inflammatory helping consumers to fight against arthritis, asthma and autoimmune disorder. Eating kale also lowers cholesterol, making it good for heart health, and detoxes the body, making it good for liver health too!
Quick breads should be dense and moist – and this one, from SlimPalate.com, is both. Though it’s great for those with gluten-allergies or those on a wheat-belly or paleo diet, it also satisfies teenage boys just looking for something to munch on after school or company who stops by on a Sunday afternoon.