What’s in Season for January?

Knowing what fresh produce items are in season when you head to the grocery store can not only save you money, but also means that you’ll be enjoying fruits and veggies at their peak! Read on to see what’s in season for January and get some delicious recipes to incorporate these items into mealtime. Broccoli Rabe Brussels Sprouts Grapefruit Kohlrabi...

Healthy Family New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is upon us, and with the New Year comes resolutions and pledging a fresh start. One of the most common resolutions made is to eat healthier. The best way to approach this is to set family goals and get each member involved. When it comes to healthy eating, I find it easiest to go back to the...

Sesame Chicken & Broccoli

This sesame chicken recipe is a great way to use leftover chicken and veggies. Whip this up for a quick and healthy lunch or an easy dinner for busy nights.[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Sesame Chicken & Broccoli - - broccoli florets, olive oil, cooked chopped chicken breast, sesame ginger dressing, sesame seeds, Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add broccoli and cook...

Sesame Ginger Salmon

You’ll love this easy-to-prepare dinner recipe with just six ingredients! Salmon gets a bold makeover with this versatile sesame ginger dressing.[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Sesame Ginger Salmon - - salmon steaks, sesame ginger dressing, baby potatoes, (quartered), olive oil (divided), garlic (minced, divided), baby spinach, Place salmon and dressing in large sealable bag, mix well. Marinate in refrigerator for 30 minutes.; Preheat oven to...

Sesame Ginger Coleslaw

Whip up this easy 10-minute coleslaw recipe for your next gathering or as an easy side for dinner. Sesame ginger dressing gives this coleslaw a bold punch of flavor.[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Sesame Ginger Coleslaw - - purple cabbage (shredded), zucchini (shredded), summer squash (shredded), carrot (shredded), sesame ginger dressing, toasted sesame seeds, Combine cabbage, zucchini, squash, and carrots in large bowl. Gently mix...

Fruit Menorah

Celebrate Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, with this fun menorah made using fresh fruits and vegetables. Use a little bit of yogurt to help the fruit stick to the plate.[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Fruit Menorah - - banana (sliced), blueberries, apple slices, (cut in half), carrot slices (cut in half), Arrange banana down center and bottom of plate. Arrange blueberries to represent lamps, apples...

Healthy Stocking Stuffers for Kids

As a kid I remember waking up Christmas morning and racing with my brother to see who got to our stocking first. Christmas stockings were always so much fun to me. There were so many fun gifts in there, as if they were getting us ready for the gifts under the tree. They could be filled with anything from candy to socks to...

6 New Products from the New York Produce Show

New York City in December is a fantastic place to be, especially when you're in the produce industry! On December 3, the Eastern Produce Council and Produce Business held the 5th annual New York Produce Show and Conference focused on Celebrating Fresh. Held for the first time in the newly renovated Javits Center, this year's show had over 400 companies...

5 Fresh Toppings for Hanukkah Latkes

Not all of our holiday traditional foods are healthy, but we certainly cannot imagine our celebrations without them. Having a healthy holiday isn’t about depriving ourselves of those comfort, once-a-year foods we love. Instead, try to incorporate fruits and vegetables into the dishes you serve to create a balanced, delicious meal. Try these 5 fresh, produce-packed toppings for your Hanukkah...