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Recipes

Roasted Celeriac and Carrot Soup

  As fall comes around and the weather gets cooler, there's just nothing quite like putting a good soup on the table. This month's featured ingredient...

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Cooking with Celeriac

By Olivia Hutchinson, RD Celeriac, also known as celery root, is an earthy, flavorful type of celery and a member of the parsley family. Commonly cons...

Garlic and Apple Roasted Chicken

Sometimes, you just need to go all in on a recipe. This garlic and apple roasted chicken recipe looks incredible when it's all said and done, and it t...

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The Nutritional Superpowers of Garlic

By Maddy Ancalade, RD, LDN

Recipes

Grilled Baby Back Ribs with Blueberry Marinade

There's just nothing like baby back ribs. Chef Alfred Julian takes it to a whole new level with this recipe, marinating the ribs in a homemade blueber...

Blueberries: A Short History and Why You Should Eat Them

By Leah Judice, MS, RDN, LDN In the early 20th century, a persistent New Jersey farmer and a curious USDA botanist cultivated the modern blueberry ind...

Culinary Recipes

South of the Border Stuffed Peppers

Bell Peppers are perfect for stuffing with meat, cheese, rice, and veggies. They taste great, but they also hold their shape well enough to contain al...

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Bell Peppers: Benefits and Tips for Cooking

By Melissa Biggs-Chavez, MS, RDN, LDN Bell peppers belong to the Capsicum family, and while a botanist would classify them as a fruit because they are...

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Grilled Pork Chops with Apricot-Brandy Glaze

  Ready to get outside and grill? These grilled pork chops with apricot-brandy glaze from Chef Marta Hernandez are sweet and tangy with a fun, fruity ...

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The Many Benefits of Apricots

  By Susan Marquez, MS, RD, CSSD Apricots are a “stone fruit,” which means that a hard covering (the “stone” or pit) surrounds the large seed at the f...