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Hoppin’ John

Black Eyed Peas are often served on New Years day to bring good luck & prosperity throughout the year. Sometimes cooked with pork, this is a vegetarian version. The peas & kale represent…
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Stuffed Acorn Squash

This attractive dish makes a nice presentation for a special meal. The wild rice and toasted pecans give a pleasant nutty flavor that nicely pairs with the sweetness of the dried cranberries and the…
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Energy Balls

Put a little "Spring" in your step with these Energy Balls. They are perfect for a quick pick me up snack or enjoy as a healthy cookie. These delicious little gems would even work for a grab &…
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Savory Irish Oats

Irish oats, or steel cut oats, are an excellent way to start the day! Traditionally oatmeal is made with brown sugar and fruit but many of us are trying to reduce our sugar intake. It may sound…
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Tortilla Soup

January is National Soup Month! To celebrate, try this light but filling tortilla soup weighing in at a mere 200 calories. The addition of quinoa adds extra protein and fiber and is satiating to keep…
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New Year Bean Soup

There are many traditions for New Years Day one of which is eating black-eyed peas. Eating peas, beans, or lentils on New Years Day symbolizes coins or wealth. We've got it all covered in this…
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Easy Greek Salad

Salads are an obvious healthy choice, but sometimes they end up being heavy on calories due to the fatty cheeses and the heavy dressing. Our Easy Greek Salad recipe shows you how to create your own…
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