March 1, 2011

March Madness: (1) Strawberry vs. (8) Artichoke

Our first match-up is ready to go! Underdog spring veggie artichoke takes on heavyweight strawberry. Which produce item do you prefer?

Voting has ended! Strawberry is the winner!

Need more information before you cast your vote? Check out our best strawberry and artichoke recipes below!

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February 25, 2011

Get Ready for March Produce Madness!!

Everyone’s getting pumped to find out who the number 1 seeds are going to be in NCAA March Madness, but we’re even more pumped to find out which produce ingredients reigns supreme this month! In the spirit of March Madness, we’re hosting our very own battle, filled with the freshest ingredients from every season.

Each day, we’ll have a new match-up between two produce ingredients. We’re beginning with the two spring ingredients, strawberry and artichoke. Which ingredient would you rather eat or which do you enjoy cooking with most? Whichever you prefer, make sure to vote for it so it can move ahead and have a chance to become the March Produce Champion! Your vote determines which fruit or vegetable makes it to the next round.

Tell your friends about this competition, too! We want to make sure your voice is heard!

The first match-up will take place on March 1, 2011. Come back to Chew on That to cast your vote! Remember, voting only lasts for 24 hours!

October 20, 2010

Artichoke Olive Chicken Bake


We’ve already sampled spelt rotini a couple days ago, and now we’ve moved on to Eden Foods Kamut Spirals. The Product Review Program at Recipe4Living has really been booming! This product is freshly milled at a family farm in the U.S. Kamut is an ancient grain that was revived by an organic farmer in the ‘40s. Not only does it contain tons of protein, it’s plump and really smooth! Kamut spirals are 100% whole grain, high in fiber and protein and have no salt added. Check out the recipe I used after the jump!
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August 2, 2010

Simple Summer Side Dishes


During the summer, it’s natural to want to relax and enjoy the beautiful weather. Sitting in the kitchen, cooking, is one of the last things we want to do. That’s where these recipes come in. They’re easy side dishes! They can compliment a variety of meals, and some of them are tasty enough to be made as lunches. Check them out after the jump!

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