An Easy Italian Favorite
This classic Italian favorite has it all. Linguine pasta, tender, lightly breaded chicken, tomato sauce and irresistible, melted, mozzarella cheese — all in less than 35 minutes. Mamma mia! Read more…
Gluten-Free Dinners for the Whole Family
If you are gluten-free, there are some dinner regulars that are not quite for you. Meals like spaghetti and meatballs with breadsticks, potatoes and gravy, or even, yes I’m going there, the quick-order, delivery pizza. But if you can resist the “traditional” versions of these entrees, there are tons of other options that are both gluten-free and delicious. Read more…
Fall Brat Recipe for Cold Weather
PREP TIME: 5 Minutes
COOK TIME: 15 Minutes Read more…
Get to Know Quinoa“While no single food can supply all the essential life sustaining nutrients, quinoa comes as close as any other in the plant or animal kingdom.” – Philip White
Quinoa’s recent rise in popularity is no surprise. With its exceptional balance of amino acids, high ratio of protein to carbohydrate, and the fact that it is 100 percent gluten-free – this grain deserves its “super crop” reputation.
Comparing Apples to Apples
As any apple enthusiast will tell you, October is a month worth celebrating – it’s National Apple Month! Originally founded in 1904 as National Apple Week, the celebration was expanded to the entire month to enhance apple appreciation, awareness and industry. And lucky for us, Minnesota has tons of delicious apples to choose from. Here are some of the most popular Minnesota apples and how you can enjoy them. Read more…
The perfect easy recipe for National Apple Month! Enjoy this classic apple tart combining cinnamon, sugar and apples, all nestled in a flaky pie crust.
PREP TIME: 20 Minutes
COOK TIME: 30 Minutes Read more…
Hosting a Vegetarian- or Vegan-Friendly Gathering
There are many, many factors to account for when hosting a party, event or gathering – especially when it comes to food. Obviously, you want the food you’re serving to be acceptable for all, but what if you have a vegetarian or a vegan at your party? What are the general food guidelines for each?
According to a study by the Vegetarian Times, 7.3 million people in the U.S. follow a vegetarian-based diet, and approximately one million of those are vegans. Beyond that, 10 percent of U.S. adults, or 22.8 million people, claim to follow a vegetarian-inclined diet. But what does this all mean? Obviously neither vegetarians nor vegans will eat your (fantastic) steak kabobs, but will your deviled eggs be a hit or left to rot?