The following blog posts are categorized under Dips & Spreads

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Lentil Love

Lentils do the body good, especially the heart. With the highest levels of protein of any plant — as much as 35% — these pulses pack a powerful punch. Often…


Summer strawberry dips

  One of my favorite summer treats are fresh strawberries, a terrific source of vitamin C and bright red antioxidants, and there’s nothing like eating them right out of the…


Healthy Super Bowl Snacks

Even if you’re not a football fan, there’s likely a Super Bowl party in your future, right? I confess, I’m a fan of the commercials. But you know I love…

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Guest Blogger: Kristen Bocanegra’s Roasted Eggplant

Kristen Bocanegra is the founder of momme meals, a delicious line of snacks you actually want your kids to have, and a resource for moms, too. Kristen partnered with us…


Guest Blog Post: Tara Miko’s Pistachio Mint Hemp Pesto

  Tara Miko and I met when our photographer for a Nutritional Style® photo shoot arrived with bags of Tara’s brand, Happy Hemp Seeds, as snacks. What are those? I…


Green cannellini bean Dip

  I was pressed to deliver a green snack to a group of lower school kids for St. Patrick’s day, and having contributed guacamole one too many times, I made…


Guest Blogger: Tara Miko Grayless’ Guacamole with Pomegranate Seeds

I love this gorgeous green and red combination this time of year, don’t you? You can bet I’ll be serving this at my holiday get-togethers. Tara Miko Grayless is the…


Guest Blogger: Sarma Melngailis’ Sesame-Vegetable Noodles with Herbs

  Sarma Melngailis is the owner of one of my FAVORITE restaurants in New York City, Pure Food and Wine, and take-a-way’s, One Lucky Duck. She’s the author of two…


What’s Hot: Avocado Toast

This recipe is my idea of comfort food.  Every once in a while I crave this perfect combination of creamy avocado, heat, salt, citrus and healthy fat. It’s more of…

Marinade from the Ranch

With grill season coming up, everybody needs an easy marinade to have on hand. This is Rancho La Puerta’s “Saturday Marinade.” Ingredients 1 ounce extra virgin olive oil 1 medium shallot, diced 2 cloves minced garlic 1 tablespoon fresh oregano or 1 teaspoon dried 1 tablespoon fresh basil or 1 teaspoon dried 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary or 1 teaspoon dried 10 ounces soy or Tamari sauce (you can also substitute coconut amino’s, a soy sauce alternative) Ground black pepper (I prefer cayenne for more kick) Preparation Mix ingredients This is perfect for: Vegetables, like onions, zucchini, peppers, eggplant, corn, poultry


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