All Posts By Dana Angelo White

Market Watch: French Breakfast Radishes

by in Farmers' Market Finds, In Season, June 7, 2010

radish, pea salad

I spotted piles of these spectacular red-and-white root veggies at the farmers’ market and had to scoop them up. These crunchy spring veggies  taste even better than they look.  Pick up a bunch of these calcium-packed superstars while they’re in season!

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Tofu 5 Ways

by in Uncategorized, June 4, 2010

tofu and beef lettuce cups

I’m always trying to convince people to experiment with protein-packed tofu. It’s versatile, easy to use, and has only 15 calories per ounce. Don’t think you’re a fan of this soy protein? These  5 recipes might just change your mind.

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Greenhouse Tomatoes

by in Farmers' Market Finds, In Season, June 3, 2010

tomatoes

I make it a point to only eat tomatoes when they’re in season.  After spending the summer months eating sweet and juicy tomatoes from the local farmers market and my own garden, there’s just no going back to those dull and flavorless ones at the grocery store. So how was I able to make my favorite tomato sandwich for lunch yesterday? It’s all thanks to a local farmer’s greenhouse.

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Grow Your Own: Herbs

by in In Season, June 2, 2010

basil

They’re just tiny sprouts right now, but in a few weeks the herbs in my garden will be flourishing. Growing your own herbs is easy, and you don’ t need loads of space to do it.  Start them now and enjoy them all summer long!  Here are some tips to get you started.

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Market Watch: Fiddleheads

by in Farmers' Market Finds, In Season, June 1, 2010

fiddleheads

They sure are funny-looking, but fiddleheads are a truly unique (and delicious!) market find. Learn why you should give these wild veggies a try, and find out how to cook the crunchy green delicacies.

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Market Watch: Mizuna (and Simple Salad Recipes)

by in Farmers' Market Finds, In Season, May 28, 2010

mizuna

You may not know it, but you’ve probably tried mizuna. Commonly found in salad mixes, these feathery leaves are my new favorite salad green. Here’s why you should pick some up at your farmers’ market this weekend.

Read more, and get 3 recipes for this tasty green »

Memorial Day Picnic Menu

by in Healthy Recipes, May 28, 2010
Grilled Sausage and Pepper Skewers
Sausage-and-Pepper Skewers - Photo by Antonis Achilleos/Food Network Magazine

Throw the best tasting picnic on the block by combining classic favorites with some fresh ideas. You’ll find healthy and delicious recipes with lots of things you can make ahead of time. Set it up buffet-style and let your guests dig in!

See what we’re serving at our picnic »

Be a Healthier Host: Cookouts

by in Healthy Recipes, Meal Makeovers, May 26, 2010

Healthy Cookout Tips

Want to host a cookout without busting a gut for bikini season? Use our tips and lightened-up versions of classic alfresco fare to throw a backyard bash that your guests will love and feel good about.

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Make Your Own BBQ Sauce

by in Healthy Recipes, May 25, 2010
Cola Barbecue Sauce Recipe
Homemade Cola Barbecue Sauce

Sure, the bottled stuff is okay, but it’s easy (and delicious) to whip up a batch of custom barbecue sauce.  Use our homemade versions to add sizzle to chops, chicken, fish and veggies at your next cookout. The best part? You control the ingredients.

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Grilled Chicken 5 Ways

by in Uncategorized, May 24, 2010
Grilled Chicken Recipe
Grilled Chicken Paillards with Herb-Tomato Salad

We’re celebrating the unofficial start of summer here at Healthy Eats with Memorial Day recipes all week long. Today, we’re featuring a crowd-pleasing favorite: Grilled chicken. Plain old grilled chicken breasts are a tasty and healthy option, but there are so many other ways to spice up this lean protein! Fire up the grill and get creative with five tasty recipes.

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