Latest Recipes

Latest Recipes

Grenadine and seltzer

Did you know real grenadine, the sugary sweetness that defines a Shirley Temple, is actually made from pomegranate juice?  Make your own at home and avoid the cherry flavoring and preservatives of store-bought varieties!

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This recipe was created by one of our Produce Buyers, Kara. She thinks it's a perfect dish to highlight the deliciousness of red kale!

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Avocado and Egg Brown Rice Bowl

Transform this rice bowl into a quick, filling lunch with the addition of leftover chicken, turkey or cubed baked tofu. Or for a heartier breakfast, add sausage or bacon crumbles. Top with your favorite hot sauce for some added spice.

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You can vary this recipe to suit your tastes, serving the gremolata with fish, beef or lamb, for a bright herbal accent. Substitute arugula or cilantro for the parsley, or add a pinch of red pepper flakes for spice. Orange or grapefruit zest are delicious instead of lemon as well. 

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Use beans from our Bulk Department, or use canned beans for a fast and tasty weeknight main dish. Just add a side salad and a plate of corn tortillas. 

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Sweet potatoes are a tasty way to add important nutrients to your diet like vitamin A, fiber and even protein. Substitute your favorite sausage, ground meat or meatless alternative if you prefer. 

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This is a tart and sweet drink with a nice herb undertone.

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This a nice refreshing citrus spritzer!

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Homemade Sprinkles

Sprinkles are fairly easy to make and are fun to hand out as gifts!  If you want them to be colored, use food coloring gel or liquid (or try experimenting with natural dyes derived from foods like beets, red cabbage, and turmeric).  The recipe below will produce plain white sprinkles.  Package in a festive little bag or jar.

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Try this spicy ginger maple syrup infusion and kick up your syrup experience!

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