May is National Barbecue Month--try one (or more) of our marinade recipes to celebrate. Mix up the marinade, add it to your favorite meats or vegetables, turn on your grill and go.
All of these marinades are olive oil based but feel free to substitute an oil of your choice. Combine the marinade with your preferred meat or vegetables and let sit either overnight or for a minimum of 20 minutes before grilling.
Pepper (or red pepper for an extra kick)
Try a 2:1 ratio of lime juice to cilantro. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Lemon Fresh Marinade
Mix together garlic salt, pepper and rosemary. Combine into lemon juice. Whisk in oil.
Salt and Pepper
Mix together grated or minced ginger and soy sauce. Add in salt and pepper as well as a little bit of garlic. Combine with olive oil.
Eggs are not just for breakfast anymore. This month, we offer three ways to incorporate an inexpensive protein-packed ingredient into meals beyond the morning hours.
For a quick, three-ingredient lunch, start with zoodles. Add salsa, pesto or other seasoning depending on your mood. Top with a fried egg.
Combine sliced avocado and sliced hard-boiled eggs with Greek yogurt. Season according to your preferences. Serve on toast brushed with olive oil for an afternoon snack.
Serve over a bowl of lentils and brown rice, seasoned. Add sweet potatoes, onions, tomatoes or other vegetables for a quick and easy dinner.
You wear green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, so why not eat green during the month of March to celebrate? We selected a few green foods for you to try as well as a few different ways to prepare them.
The foods listed below contain vitamins and minerals that might help you fight insomnia or sleep longer. Try these combinations to see if they help you get a better night’s sleep.
Boost your immunity by using these ingredients as you cook in January to help fight off sickness.
Other Foods to Try