July 21, 2011

Hearty Dinner Thursday: Fettuccine Alfredo

We’re starting a bunch of new features here at Chew On That, and we know you’ll love our Thursday feature entitled “Hearty Dinner Thursday.” This post is meant to give readers a way to add some protein to their Thursday dinners in a healthier way! Truly, a post for us omnivores! Read the rest of this entry »

March 10, 2011

March Madness: (2) Pumpkin vs. (7) Cauliflower

Top-seed apple defeated broccoli 62% to 37%!

Not everyone loves these next two produce items, but there’s no denying that they’re two of the most-used fall ingredients. Should pumpkin or cauliflower win this round?

Need more information before you cast your vote? Check out our best pumpkin and cauliflower 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!

June 1, 2007

Psychedelic Veggies

Just when you thought you’d seen everything, along comes Purple Cauliflower. Sold under the name of Foxy CauliColor, this purple variety is combined with yellow, orange and white cauliflower to turn ordinary veggies into an extraordinary meal. I bet even your kids will love these fun colors.

The purple variety of cauliflower was developed by a Dutch company and is 10 times higher in antioxidants than the white variety. The Grocers Review has a great article giving a brief history of this unique veggie and outlining some of its health benefits.

Sold nationally, at Giant, Dierbergs, Piggly Wiggly, Whole Foods and ShopRite grocery stores, the 9.5 oz. bag or 9.6 oz. pack cost $3.00. Of course, cauliflower is not just great as a side dish, but makes a wonderful meal.

And while you’re thinking of all the great things you can do with CauliColor mix, check out some of our great recipes at Recipe4Living.

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