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Watermelon and Heirloom Tomato Salad - best of both worlds September 2, 2015
SaladVegetarian

Watermelon and Heirloom Tomato Salad: best of both worlds

The Hermiston melons are here! The Hermiston melons are here! Sublimely, sweet and juicy, I admit to a soft spot for cantaloup and watermelon from Hermiston, Oregon. And that’s a pretty big compliment for an ex-Texan, who was pretty spoiled by that state’s ability to produce watermelon to salivate for....
Rainbow chard adds burst of color to spring table 12 April 2015
VegetableVegetarian

Rainbow chard adds burst of color to spring table

Swiss chard always has been a mystery to me, taking the line behind collard greens and kale, both of which I’m much more familiar with. But walking by the produce aisle at Roth’s Vista store the other day, I was stopped dead in my tracks by these beautiful specimens in...
Celebrate spring with dandelion greens pesto, lasagna 12 April 2015
PastaVegetableVegetarian

Celebrate spring with dandelion greens pesto, lasagna

For most of us, dandelions are obnoxious weeds. They’re something to be pulled, yanked and banished from well-manicured lawns. But consider this: Their leaves are edible and according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, they’re full of vitamins A, B, C and D as well as minerals such as...
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