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Turnip greens turned up in my CSA box last week, and I wasn’t sure what to do with them. This recipe was the answer — tender sautéed greens in a tangy and spicy sauce, with just a bit of crunch. These greens are low in calories, high in vitamins A, C, K and folate and contain the antioxidant lutein. For this recipe, I cut back a little on the pecans, but even if you keep them all, there are only 170 calories and 11 grams of healthy fat per serving.
Tomatoes? Check. Corn and cucumber? Double check. The next time you overdo it at the farmers market, you know what to do: Let’s get some salad up in here! Cherry Tomatoes: Cherry Tomato Salad with Buttermilk Dressing (above, from Food Network Magazine) Basil and garlic elicit their savory side, but these little tomatoes, tossed in buttermilk-sour creamRead more