Autumn Pear and Red Bell Pepper Salsa With Oomph Three Star
It is finally time for Fall cooking! Pears are abundant right now and are excellent in this sweet and savory Fall salsa. We love pears for their flavor and their health benefits. With our Oomph No.5 Three Star blend this simple salsa becomes a super boosted side dish!
5 Tips to Get Your Veggies for Breakfast By Guest Blogger Jessica Salinas
As a Whole30 Certified Coach, I find one of the biggest things my clients struggle with is how to get veggies into their breakfast each morning. It is hard to break the habit of sugary and processed carbs for breakfast. Some of the most popular breakfast items in America are cereal, pancakes, waffles, muffins, donuts, oatmeal, toast, and the list goes on and on!
How to Make Spatchcock Chicken by Guest Blogger Christi Flaherty
My favorite way to make a quick meal in Paris–Rotisserie Chicken and Potatoes. Spatchcock Chicken is the secret to getting a delicious whole roasted chicken on the table in under an hour. Dressed with herbs, garlic and copious amounts of olive oil, this chicken is full of flavor, juicy and has the most delicious crispy skin; all the things you want in a chicken without having to wait for an hour and a half to enjoy it. Have you seen those rotisseries that have potatoes underneath the birds getting soaked in the cooking juices? A few potato wedges (or your...
Making Vegetable Broth
Composting our vegetable scraps is a great idea. Remember to save some of them for making stock or broth. There is a difference between vegetable stock and vegetable broth. A broth is a seasoned ingredient or stand-alone dish. A broth is eaten on its own or used to build soups or sauces. A stock is and ingredient, still in need of seasoning. A stock is used as a building block for soups or sauces. We eat a lot of vegetables in our house so I am always saving bits and pieces in my freezer for later. I save trimmed, peeled...