• Spiralized Sweet Potato Skillet

    Spiralized vegetables were recently named one of the top food trends to help you eat healthier in 2016. If you haven’t already, you will see more of these spiralized veggies showing up on restaurant menus and in salad bars this year. Transforming vegetables into noodle-like form allows you to cut out down the calories and get more nutrients in your diet, plus it’s just more fun to eat veggies this way!

    3 Tools To Turn Veggies Into Noodles

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  • Cantaloupe, Pancetta & Feta Crostini

    I am excited for all of the delicious summer fruits and vegetables that will now be hitting the supermarkets and farmers markets. Two of my favorite things about the summer are the local, fresh fruits and vegetables, and summer entertaining.

    Made with only a few ingredients, this simple appetizer is perfect to serve at a party or bring to a potluck because of the fresh flavors and minimal prep time. You can easily transport crostini by bringing the topping and toasted baguettes in separate containers and only topping them before serving. 

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  • Balsamic Beef Satay with Spicy Strawberry Sauce

    With Meatless Monday, Taco Tuesday, and Fish Friday headlining work and school night dinner menus around the country, I am single-handedly declaring Satay Saturday the cool new weekend thing to do. In my opinion, this famous grilled meat-on-a-stick dish from Southeast-Asia is long overdue in being officially observed as a weekly “what to eat.” And, when I say observed, I mean looked at, drooled at, and then gobbled up!

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