Beyond the Caprese Salad: 10 Tomato Ideas

It’s the height of tomato season and the possibilities are endless with this versatile fruit. Below the fold, we’ve gathered some simple inspiration for every tomato occasion.

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Seasonal Highlights of Family Tree Farms Stone Fruit

It’s stone fruit season—and it’s short-lived so get in on this fast! So what the cherry plumcot is a stone fruit anyway? Simply put, it’s a fruit with edible flesh that encloses a stone or shell. They come in hybrid varieties too, which our partners at Family Tree Farms have blended together into fruits that are jam packed with intense flavors and will make your summer fruit salads positively sing! Read more to learn about this season’s top picks.

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Meet the Farmer: Organic Valley’s Grass-Fed Milk Farms

We made a trip upstate to Canastota, NY with our friends at Organic Valley to check out two of their family-run farms producing milk for Organic Valley’s brand new line of grass-fed cow milk. We learned a lot, we ate a lot, and we made friends with so many cows. Read on for the scoop!

Organic Valley Farmer Story

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Men’s Health Recipes

Celebrate National Men’s Health Week with these Men’s Health® approved recipes to kick off a week of eating right. And don’t forget to shop our list of healthy ingredients for the man in your life.

Herb‑Roasted Chicken


Men’s Health

Keep the crunch of fried chicken without piling on the calories. The secret to super-crisp roast chicken skin: giving the bird a good rubdown. Cook this recipe on a Sunday and carry the leftovers into the week—the meat makes a great chicken salad for sandwiches….

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Spring Clean Your Pantry: What to Toss, What to Stock

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A healthy, well-stocked pantry includes extra virgin olive oil and red wine or apple cider vinegar

Spring is upon us, and if you partake in the seasonal ritual of cleaning house, don’t forget the kitchen pantry.

Seize this opportunity to dump the junk, and upgrade your pantry staples because they can be the backbone of healthy cooking for you and your family.

Weed out items that are past their prime, and don’t be afraid to toss out nutrient-poor foods with empty calories you can’t afford in a healthy diet (soda, cookies, cake mixes, instant noodles, white pasta, and chips – I’m looking at you). Read on for what to toss and what to stock….

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Super Bowl Snack Tips by You!

Cole Slaw

FD fan Amie made this delicious Spicy Zucchini Cole Slaw.

Are you excited for the big game on Sunday? Judging from all of your posts, tweets and mentions on our Facebook page, you’re ready to nosh on some tasty comfort food (corn chowder, pulled pork sandwiches, pizza) as well as dive into some classic party foods (salsa and chips; veggies and dip; cheese and crackers).

We asked our fans for their healthier Super Bowl tips and you did not disappoint! From Eggplant Fries to Parmesan Popcorn, our customers have the best ideas!

MaryAnn Jones, from Manhasset, Long Island, NY says, for her, “The keys to Thriving during a snack-a-licious party are balance & control.”  She likes to eat a satisfying snack like a handful of almonds or walnuts before the big game….

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Make Comfort Food Lighter: Tips from Everyday Food Magazine

When you have to eat right but you can’t resist the pull of nostalgic foods that don’t generally make the “healthy foods” list, go for lighter versions of the classics.

Healthier Meat Lasagna

Healthier Meat Lasagna from Everyday Food magazine

The editors at Everyday Food magazine have a few great tips for how to substitute some ingredients, cut back on a few others and still come out with a delicious result that’s sure to please the whole family.

Read on for cooking tips and recipes to help lighten everything from entrées to dessert….

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