I don't know what screams winter more than bright, juicy citrus fruit and what shouts spring more than a sweet, tart poppy seed dressing. When tossed together they become the quintessential March salad and a perfect weekday lunch!
Sweet, healthy fruit is a natural fit for breakfast and is often its best simply eaten raw and unadorned. But if you are looking for some fresh ways to enjoy fruit in the morning, these 10 recipes have you covered. Whether it's baked, roasted, poached or pureed, the fruit in these recipes will last for several days in the fridge, so you can spoon it over oatmeal, mix it into yogurt, or eat it alongside toast on even the busiest mornings.
Sometimes I like to trick my senses into thinking we're experiencing warmer, more spring-like mornings than we really are in Seattle. Case in point: this pretty, delicate breakfast recipe that's perfectly-balanced with creamy yogurt, toasty coconut, crunchy amaranth and sweet honey. More
All January, we worked through our case of grapefruit, and this month we've been tackling cases of Cuties, a.k.a. clementines. They're the perfect portable snack with a shot of vitamin C for the whole fam. This week, I was tiring of chewing those little segments, so I grabbed the juicer to change things up. This refreshing Clementine Cocktail came shortly after. It's juicy and refreshing, and perfect for this week's 10-minute happy hour. More
Is it true that most of the nutrients in fruits and vegetables are found in the skin? The New York Times recently tackled this question, and if you've been feeling guilty about trimming away carrot peels and apple skins, the answer may surprise you.
Do you love coconut water? It's taken me a while to warm up to this slightly sweet, slightly syrupy beverage, but lately I've started coming around. And because food is never far from my brain, I've really started getting excited about the possibilities of coconut water outside the glass. "Outside" as in "on my plate." You dig?
Lemon curd is one of those things that I always like to have in my refrigerator. It has saved me more than once when I've had to rustle up a last minute dessert or had an unexpected guest stop by at tea time. I love how lemon curd is tart (at least the way I make it!) and yet rich and smooth. Honestly, I could just eat spoonfuls of it straight from the jar! More
Every now and then a recipe comes along that just about slaps you in the face it's so good. (Bonus points when it's lightning fast and incredibly easy.) That's what happened when I first sampled this Mission fig jam. My mind was completely blown!
A half of a grapefruit is a pretty wonderful way to start your day. Sure it's healthy, but even better, it's a delicious and juicy treat that wakes you up with its puckery taste! Grapefruits do require a small amount of prep work, but it only takes a sharp knife and a short minute to free up those segments. Read on for our step-by-step instructions. More