Classic ceviche involves using raw fish and relying on the acidity of your sauce to “cook” the fish for you. Getting that dish right safely is a challenge even for pros, but you can enjoy those wonderful, fresh summer flavors in this dish with confidence that you and your guests will be as safe as you are well fed.
Good news for those of us who have a hard time eating enough fish: shrimp counts! And there’s no more enjoyable way to savor it than a nicely seasoned skewer of lovely grilled shrimp.
Summer is the season of seafood, and with the triple fennel threat of bulbs, fronds, and seeds, this recipe is a treat to anyone who loves the sweet taste of fennel.
Eating well can be hard. If you’ve got to feed folks with allergies, poor appetites, special nutritional needs, and strong flavor preferences, making one dish that works for everyone can be next to impossible. These are a few of our favorite choices for keeping everyone at your table happy and nourished.
Blueberries are a fantastic fruit to include in your diet, and they are well-loved for their bright, sweet flavor that just tastes like summer. This smoothie combines them with cocoa powder and spinach for a delicious treat. If you’re serving it to a child or elderly person who struggles to get enough calories, add in a little no-sugar-added nut butter to make it a meal.
Eating fish isn’t that easy for some of us, between cost and the fact that fish won’t keep long in the fridge, but it’s got health benefits for every population. Made with smoked salmon, which is more stable, and paired with high-fiber beans, this easy, nutritious, and downright tasty salad is a great option for everyone you need to feed.
These tiny stuffed peppers are a brilliant snack. High in nutrition and packed with greens, they also keep you full with the plant-based proteins, fiber, and heart-healthy fats in chickpeas and walnuts. They’re small enough to make portion control easy, and flavorful enough to tempt failing appetites: a great snack for a wide variety of nutrition and health goals.
As spring warms up, fresh vegetables and fruit are becoming available from local farmers, and even from our own gardens! These recipes take advantage of early produce to help you get the most from your new bounty.