…the avocado is a food without rival among the fruits, the veritable fruit of paradise. ~David Fairchild
How hard is it to make avocado toast? Not very but if you truly want extraordinary avocado toast then there are a few ingredients you need to use starting with a good loaf of bread – preferably a whole grain baguette that can be toasted yet still have a chewy interior texture. Read more
Tis the season of hors d’oeuvres with holiday parties and family get togethers. Instead of overly rich canapés and other finger food, consider offering healthier choices in bite-sized apps whose foundation includes vegetables. GAEA – a Greek company that specializes in olives, olive oil, and Greek food products – makes vegetable spreads that come in two delicious plant-based flavors: Read more
Halloween is that one day of the year when it’s all about the candy from the moment the kids wake up to that serene moment when you tuck their sugar laden bodies into bed. Although most people have to go with the flow and tolerate their kids bringing bags of sugary candy (is there any other kind?) home, there are ways to work around the system and provide trick or treaters (and your kids) with a delicious treat that isn’t loaded with garbage. Read more
None of the eggs, all of the flavor.
Fabanaise is a new product on the market offered as an alternative to commercial mayonnaise. Whereas most mass produced mayonnaise contains soybean oil, eggs, natural flavor, and calcium disodium EDTA (a preservative), Fabanaise contains ingredients often found in your kitchen pantry: Read more
Oro Cacao is Spanish for “gold cocoa” which is what you get when you mix the best almonds in the world with deep dark cocoa, sugar, and salt. Marcona almonds from Spain are sometimes referred to as the “Queen of Almonds” because they are sweeter, richer, and rounder than the California variety.
In Spain, macrona almonds are usually blanched to remove the outer skin and then sold in bulk or packaged. Traditionally, Spaniards carefully sauté the nuts in hot olive oil until the nuts reach a light brown color and then drain the nuts on paper towels. While warm, the nuts are sprinkled with salt and served as a snack or appetizer. Read more
I always love a side of guacamole with everything. ~Erin Heatherton
Rich, creamy guacamole made from a perfectly ripe avocado is the perfect topping for a veggie burger or toast, as a sandwich spread, or as a dip with tortilla chips or crackers. But if you want to ramp up the nutrition without compromising on flavor, consider making Green Pea Guacamole – an equally rich, thick, and flavorful side dish that is made with both avocado and fresh green peas. Read more
Get some crazy nutritious, mouth-rockin’ delicious energy.
Adrian Reif and Matt D’Amour, co-founders of Yumbutter – world-changing nut butters – have a dream: to nourish the world while running the world’s most responsible food company. To accomplish these goals, they set out to make some of the most delicious and nutritious nut butters – peanut, almond, and sunflower – with wholesome ingredients that nourish on-the-go because eating nut butters out of a jar isn’t easy outside the home. Read more
Sunday evenings usually signify the end of the weekend so what better way to end the day then with a sundae topped with Dark Chocolate Hot Fudge or Salted Caramel Sauce by Cacao Sweets & Treats? Two luscious and decadent sauces poured over ice cream are hard to beat with the most difficult decision being which sauce to choose: the rich, dark chocolate hot fudge sauce or the creamy, silky caramel sauce with a hint of Himalayan pink salt? Both sauces will turn an ordinary Sunday into a scrumptious sundae. Read more