Archives for August 2013

Bacon Swiss Quiches – Freezer Cooking Recipe

By contributing writer Andrea Green You may want to double, triple, or even quadruple this recipe for Bacon Swiss Quiches. Being able to freeze these means a quick and easy breakfast is at your fingertips. Have a microwave where you work? Bacon Swiss Quiches also make a great lunch next to a big, leafy salad or a cup of tomato soup. Will you be tailgating at all this year? These are always a big … [Read more...]

Real Food eBook Bundle of the Week

This week’s Real Food eBook Bundle is packed full of real food resources to help you thrive on a real, whole foods diet. Grab all 5 eBooks for only $7.40 (more than 85% savings!) and treat yourself to some great go-to resources with tips, reference guides, step-by-step instructions and plenty of recipes for your kitchen! Real Food Basics by Kate Tietje In Real Food Basics, Kate … [Read more...]

Broiled Summer Vegetables

By contributing writer Dawn Summer is the best time of year for amazing fresh vegetables, whether they are purchased from the grocery store, farmers market or home grown. One of my favorite ways to prepare them is broiled with olive oil, salt and pepper. It is a simple but satisfying side dish that even my picky children enjoy! PrintBroiled Summer VegetablesAuthor Toni Anderson Ingredients1 … [Read more...]

Pork Tenderloin Spring Rolls

A few weeks ago I attended a dinner sponsored by The Pork Council. As you know I've been working with them this year to share delicious pork recipes and entertaining ideas and this dinner party was full of both! We were treated to a cooking lesson from chef Stephanie Izard along with more pork dishes than I could ever imagine. The folks from the Second City Chicago shared with us some great ice … [Read more...]

Baked Zucchini Chips

By contributing writer Kristia Friends and neighbors give me tons of zucchini at this time of year, so I'm always looking for different ways to use it. These baked zucchini chips are a great snack or side dish for burgers.  My picky 5 year old even likes them. They will disappear quickly. PrintBaked Zucchini ChipsAuthor Toni Anderson Ingredients2 small zucchini, sliced into 1/4 inch thick … [Read more...]

Garden Pizza

by contributing writer SnoWhite There's nothing quite like a Friday night pizza night when the ingredients come right out of your garden.  No garden?  No problem.  A fun trip to the farmer's market will give you everything you need for this delicious pizza. PrintGarden PizzaAuthor Toni Anderson Ingredients3/4 tablespoon yeast1/2 cup warm water1/4 tablespoon sea salt1/2 tablespoon olive … [Read more...]