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Herb Roasted Fall Veggies... PDF  | Print |
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Recipe: 1/2 cup extra virgin olive Oil /2 lbs. assorted root vegetables (carrots, parsnips, beets, onions and sweet potatoes), peeled and cut into wedges/10 cloves garlic, peeled/1 Tbsp. chopped fresh rosemary /1/4 tsp. ground black pepper/sea salt to taste. Preheat oven to 425°. In large bowl, combine all ingredients until vegetables are well-coated. In large shallow roasting pan, evenly spread vegetables. Roast, stirring occasionally, 30 minutes or until vegetables are tender and golden.

 
Fresh Holiday Cranberry Relish... PDF  | Print |
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According to the USDA, cranberries offer one of the highest levels of antioxidants compared to other fruits. Studies have also found they reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers, maintain urinary tract health, and possibly even positively affect teeth and gums. Fresh cranberries are available September through December. Recipe: 2 cups cranberries /1 cup fresh pineapple, chopped/ 2 Granny Smith apples, peeled cored and cut into wedges/1 cut up orange, seeds and skin removed. In a food processor, combine cranberries, pineapple, apples and oranges. Blend into small chunks. Chill and serve.

 
Make Something Healthy for the Potluck PDF  | Print |
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Going to a potluck meal and taking a dish? Rather than making that fat-and-sugar-laden chocolate cream pie, how about something different this year? If you take along a salad or a bowl of roasted vegetables, you'll be doing yourself a favor – and other guests may well appreciate having a few healthier dishes on the table. For dessert, fruit salad or baked fruits are great options. If those aren't going to be popular with others, look for a lower-fat cake or muffin recipe.

 
Don't Go Partying on an Empty Stomach PDF  | Print |
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When you're heading out for an evening of drinks and food, have a healthy snack or a light meal beforehand like a whole wheat sandwich with peanut butter and jelly, or even a baked potato. Turning up to a party hungry means getting drunk quickly, and diving into fatty, salty or sugary snacks.

 
HOLIDAY CAPRESE WREATH SALAD PDF  | Print |
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Recipe: 1 pound Italian plum tomatoes /7 ounces cherry or grape tomatoes /1 pound bocconcini (mozzarella balls) /8 ounces fresh basil peso /sea salt /freshly ground black pepper /extra virgin olive oil /balsamic vinegar /3/4 cup fresh basil. Slice the Italian tomatoes and halve some of the baby or grape tomatoes. Arrange the tomato and bocconcini around the outside of a large round platter to create a wreath. Spoon some pesto over it, season, drizzle the olive oil and a little balsamic vinegar in the center, and garnish with fresh basil leaves. Serve with freshly sliced Italian bread.

 
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