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I'm proud to be partnering with Organic Valley this year because it's a company that truly has its heart in the right place. And there's no better way to see that than to spend the day with one of their very own farmers, George Teague and Family.
You might be thinking...what in the world is berry sauce? Well, it is a simple invention that makes homemade flavored yogurt, strawberry milk, and berry ice cream a piece of cake! All you have to do is mix a few teaspoons of the finished sauce into whatever your heart desires, although I do recommen
If you're even remotely a fan of muffins and biscuits, then you're gonna love these Whole-Wheat Blueberry Scones. And they're not just for breakfast - we've been eating these for snacks, and I've been putting them in my kids' lunches - the possibilities are endless!
These Pork and Peach Kabobs turned out to be a huge hit, and, even if peaches aren't yet available where you live, this simple teriyaki glaze would be fabulous just on the pork or almost anything else you want to throw on the grill.
This easy-to-make cold soup recipe is a twist on traditional gazpacho (which is made with tomatoes). We happen to love this version, and it is the perfect dish for a hot summer day. Cucumbers are still in season here in the Carolinas, and you certainly can’t beat using fresh local ingredients!
If you are looking for creative ways to serve up vegetables, then this right here is your answer! Please do me a favor though and don't lie to your reluctant eaters about the veggies in this dish. If you want to wait until after they gobble it up, that is fine, but please make it known that the deliciousness in this soup is broccoli (and cheese and bacon or course!). And when cheese and bacon are involved, it's hard to go wrong. :) Enjoy!
The key to making this dish "real food" is ensuring that the corn tortillas you use are 100% whole-grain. Reading food labels can be confusing as it is, but trying to figure out what products are truly 100% whole-grain is especially hard. Very few food labels say "whole corn" as the main ingredient