Francine Segan’s article in Italy Magazine answers the question as she scours Italy, attends a major event in Umbria and gives us the step by step test you can do to tell so-so pasta from artisan. Check out this site https://www.italymagazine.com/featured-story/pricey-pasta-really-worth-it
Organic BRAISED GREENS with Organic Beans, Whole Grains and Uncured Sausage, Serves 4-6 There’s nothing like an unexpected blustery evening with this warming mix of healthy foods. Braising greens brought home from the farmers market cook right up into a hearty taste treat for dinner! Read more….below. Ingredients 5-6 cloves […]
Here’s another way to get your whole grains. Delicious in the morning or during any part of your day. This one is made with a whole grain medley from Bob’s Red Mill called “Grains of Discovery.” Whole Grain Berry Good “Rice” Pudding Serves 4-6 1 cup Whole Grain […]
Greetings from Placerville, California and welcome to the Green Chef Press newsletter! This month, Green Chef Press launched its new blog on WordPress. I am excited to share my passion for farm-to-table cuisine, health, nutrition, wellness, and recipes that will get you cooking in your kitchen. I look forward to […]
From “TRAVEL TIPS from SeeCalifornia.com” comes this Festival Feature in Fresno, April 15-17: San Joaquin County grows the most asparagus of any place in the U.S. Top 3 California Asparagus Counties: San Joaquin 42.2% | Fresno 28.6% | Monterey 27.4% Asparagus is planted in the ground three years before it […]
ASPARAGUS! The spring veggie loved by many, or few? We Italians love them every which way, especially found wild and wrapped up in some farm fresh eggs as a frittata. You can roast them, sauté them, put them in a pie, use in a cheese fondue. I’ve found them on […]
Here is a delicious recipe for Lemon Blackberry Pie made with fresh blackberries and lemon cookies. It’s sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Whole grains mean brown rice pasta, too! If you want a lighter version than a grain pilaf for example, try these recipes using rice pasta. It comes in all styles: fettucine, spaghetti, spirals, elbows, fusilli, shells, and penne! This pasta adds 4g protein per 2 oz serving and 3g fiber.
Made quick and healthy with whole grain rice, and fresh veggies cooked all together. Make it tasty with a toss of basil/garlic pesto, lemon and evoo. Add a few options of your own, like cherry tomatoes, feta cheese, olives or homemade croutons. A bit extra makes lunch next day!
Gluten-Free ORANGE POPPYSEED MUFFINS MAKES 12 375º oven spray or line 12 muffin cup pan 1½ c Bob’s Red Mill Organic Quinoa Flour 2 T Bob’s Red Mill Poppy Seeds* 1½ T Bob’s Red Mill Tapioca Flour 1/1/2 tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. sea salt ¼ tsp. baking soda […]