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Local Curds & Way-to-go-Salad

The long, slender sweet potatoes are easier to roast and portion, but don’t fuss, they all work. To save time, you can put them in the oven when you’re making coffee on Saturday morning. When you’re ready, just peel and cut, and the rest is a shrug and a wink.

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Asian Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Chef Regina Lee’s buttermilk marinade makes this chicken extra moist and tender. The final product can be enjoyed two ways: as-is, or tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce.

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Easy Frozen Yogurt Bark

For your next dessert or snack, try our frozen yogurt bark. Berries, granola, and yogurt make the perfect trio!

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September 27, 2018

Cheese—Good for the Heart?

New evidence is challenging nutritional advice about dairy, including Canada’s Food Guide. Current Canadian food guidance suggests we should choose lower fat cheese to help reduce saturated fat intake. Furthermore, it cautions that even lower fat cheese still contains a significant amount of saturated fat. The concern is that saturated fat is associated with a […]

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egg cheese muffin bites on blue tray and in muffin tins
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Egg Muffins

Easy to make ahead and freeze, these egg muffins are a handy bite for breakfast or lunch.

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Drinks & Smoothies

Feel Good Avocado Shake

Avocados whirled with good-for-you bananas and milk, capped off with lime juice and vanilla for this creamy shake.

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White bowl of pasta prima vera
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Pasta Primavera

This pasta dish brings together a mixture of fresh greens such as asparagus and baby spinach with a simple cream sauce.

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