Going Green

Nothing says “Summer is coming!” like a big heap of fresh, gorgeous greens. Hot or cold, seared or salad, we’ve got some stellar leafy green veg options for your munching pleasure.

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Avocado Arugula Salad

3 Guiding StarsSweet raisins and creamy avocado pair up for a filling, delicious salad that you’ll want to make over and over again. Perfect option for a quick mini-meal! (3 Guiding Stars)

Seared Endives

3 Guiding StarsSay hello to a little elegance with your vegetables. Pair these lemon-drizzled warm greens with a crisply marinated chicken or fish. (3 Guiding Stars)

Mustard Greens & Bulgur

3 Guiding StarsDon’t let the relatively unusual ingredients stop you from discovering this soon-to-be-favorite! Sweet dates and tangy vinegar turn this into a powerhouse of flavor. (3 Guiding Stars)

Mixed Greens with Mustard Dressing

1 Guiding StarKick those heavy dressings out the door in favor of a little spice. Serve up with some lean protein and a slice of whole grain bread for a delightful summer meal. (1 Guiding Star)

Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

3 Guiding StarsDon’t miss the tail end of Brussels sprouts season! This roasting recipe caramelizes beautifully to make sure that even the last run of sprouts tastes as good as the freshest early ones. (3 Guiding Stars)

Grilled Flank Steak Salad with Roasted Corn Vinaigrette

2 Guiding StarsWe know, we know…it’s a bit early for fresh corn. We just couldn’t resist giving you a greens option that’s made for grilling. Roast frozen corn in the oven if you can’t find it on the cob. (2 Guiding Stars)

Farmers Market Greens

1 Guiding StarThe dressing in this salad is as simple as it gets on purpose–it’s made to get out of the way of those perfectly fresh spring veggies. Toss with a few nuts or beans for the protein to make this a meal. (1 Guiding Star)