‘Healthy Recipes’

Carrot Bisque

By Robyn Priebe on 03/21/2012

With our new culinary team in place at Green Mountain at Fox Run, we’ve been getting lots of request for recipes.  Although we are moving out of the time of year for soup recipes, since yesterday marked the beginning of spring, we’ve had so many request for this recipe, I had to post it.  So as a final goodbye to […] Read more »

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Healthy Cooking Thursday: Smoked Chickpeas over Couscous

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/10/2011

I love smoked paprika.  It can turn the blandest dish into something really special.  According to Deanna Seagrave-Daly, the talented RD (registered dietitian) who developed the following recipe, smoked paprika comes as dulce (mild and sweet), agridulce (medium spicy), and picante (spicy hot).  She recommends substituting it in recipes that call for red pepper flakes for a new and interesting […] Read more »

Smoked Chickpeas with Couscous

Healthy Cooking Thursday! Comfort Food Made Healthy

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/13/2011

It’s fall and that means warm, yummy food gracing the table in my home.  Comfort food is another term for it. As the weather turns chilly, there’s nothing like comfort food to help us make the transition into winter. Yes, that sounds a little like emotional eating.  But hey, emotional eating is part of normal eating, and it can be […] Read more »

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Healthy Cooking Thursday: Grilled Watermelon Salad

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/01/2011

Continuing our theme of featuring yummy recipes from around the web, today we bring you another seasonal delight.   We can pretty much get watermelon any time of year now but there’s nothing like watermelon to kick off the summer.  Combine that with the wonders of the grill (or grill pan as this recipe suggests), and voila, a seasonal treat that […] Read more »

Healthy Cooking Thursday – An Idea for Lousy Fruit

By Chef Lisa on 07/28/2011

Sometimes, no matter how conscientiously you pick out your produce, you end up with something that just isn’t delicious. Twice this summer, I have carefully selected melons which were unblemished, seemed heavy and hollow, and then cut them open only to find they were just icky.  The watermelon had a rubbery texture; the canteloupe was downright crunchy and odd.  The […] Read more »

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