August 7th, 2017

Culinary Herbs & Your Health

This week, local acupuncturist and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner, Elizabeth Fellows, gives some sage advice on using herbs to help you transition through the damp, sticky tail end of summer into the cooler temperatures fall promise. She kicks off We The Eaters’ August series on herbs. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
April 24th, 2017

Gimme Greens… The More Bitter, The Better

We plunge forward, dancing around April showers as we continue our focus on all the deliciousness Spring has to offer. Greens are not necessarily as unique as some of the things we’ve looked at this month, like squash blossoms, morels and spring onions, but they definitely are not something we gravitate toward. Maybe we should reconsider. Nutritionist Kathy McNeely explains why. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
May 8th, 2015

Greens: Better When Bitter

Greens, greens … the magical veg … and we’re not talking an iceberg wedge. The more you eat, the better you feel—so eat some greens with every meal!

Sorry—we just can’t help ourselves: Bitter greens make us want to sing! This week, we’re looking at why they’re so good for us, what they can do … and giving you five ways to incorporate them into your diet. Continue reading Read more

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July
Watermelon is the perfect summer food. It hydrates, it cools, it's sweet and juicy. We have some great ideas for your table, including a salad, ceviche cups, popsicles and cocktails. Get ready to beat the heat with us!

 
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