‘Healthy Recipes’

Grilled Salmon with Sesame Glaze

By Robyn Priebe

Now as the weather has cooled off a bit in VT, I’m getting excited to begin making some hot meals again. Standing over my BBQ on a 90 degree day wasn’t sounding too inviting, but now with the beautiful days and lovely breezes we have in VT, I’m ready to bust out the charcoal. Health Benefits Of Salmon Salmon is […] Read more »

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Make Your Own Salad Dressing – It’s All About the Oils

By Guest Blogger

Making Your Own Salad Dressing, Part 1 Varying Your Oils & The Basic Dressing Formula Guest Post by Janet Zimmerman, RD, Green Mountain Nutrition Intern  Do you ever make your own salad dressing? No doubt, olive oil is a go-to ingredient. Olive oil and canola oil are both great options for making salad dressings. They are heart healthy because they […] Read more »

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Flank Steak Recipe for the Beef Enthusiast

By Robyn Priebe

Last night, during a rainstorm, I sat out on the front porch with my family (1 husband and 2 adopted dogs).  It was a nice change of scenery instead of lounging in our living room, and luckily, we have an entire living room set up on our porch.  Two things caught my attention as a result: 1.  Even though I […] Read more »

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Farm Fresh Eggs and Vegetable and Mozzarella Tart

By Robyn Priebe

As of late, I’ve been getting many requests for our Vegetable & Mozzarella Tart. This is a perfect recipe for this time of year as the days get longer and local eggs are likely available in your area. Since the first day of summer is Friday, I’d imagine that many of us have farmers markets popping up all over. And […] Read more »

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