Every year, the Environmental Working Group releases its Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce, also known as the “Dirty Dozen.” Based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Pesticide Data Report, these items represent produce found to have the most pesticide residue. Find out which fruits and vegetables made this year’s list!
The holidays are in full swing, which means we’ll be mixing and mingling all month long! Have you started planning your holiday menus yet? If not, check out this month’s list of seasonal produce (and try out the hearty eggplant goulash recipe below - it’s perfect for the most wonderful time of the year).
Fall is here and the leaves aren’t the only things changing colors! It’s always fun to see the deep colors of fall produce - from rich aubergine hues of eggplant and grapes to the vibrant orange of in persimmon and pumpkin, and our favorite deep pink of pomegranates. Check out this month’s list of seasonal produce and let us know what you are excited to try!
With the start of September comes the beginning of fall, a beautiful time of the year when the weather cools down, the leaves begin to change color, and we begin turning to hearty dishes to warm our soul. One dish that reminds of this time of year is roasted brussels sprouts, a simple dish that can be enjoyed year round. Try out the recipe in this week’s post, and don’t forget to check out this month’s list of season produce!
Have you been to the farmer’s market lately? You know summer is in full gear when all the farmers are selling stone fruits - from succulent cherries to juicy plums, fuzzy peaches to beautiful nectarines. Make sure you grab them while you can - they are a key ingredient to this month’s seasonal recipe!
It’s summertime and there’s no better time than now to keep the oven off and make refreshing meals using seasonal produce. This month, check out our summer rolls recipe, which can be filled with your choice of greens and veggies! It’s perfect with a spicy peanut sauce and delicious for your next lunch or dinner!