From 1989. It fell by the wayside, until Roxanne and Alyssa resurrected it and suggested we serve it this year at Tastes of Concord. Not only was this dish a hit, but meat eaters couldn’t believe it was vegetarian! TVP is a high-protein product made from soybeans used in lieu of meat. Is soy in
So much is written about beets these days. According to a new study in the journal, Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry, consuming high concentrations of dietary nitrates found in beets, celery, cabbage and some lettuces, can help keep brains healthy. The study found that drinking 2 C of beet juice at breakfast for just four
We can prevent asthma even as early as in utero. We can reduce the frequency of attacks. And we can control attacks when they happen. You’re never going to throw away your rescue inhaler — just in case — but hopefully, you’ll need to use it a lot less frequently.
Alyssa in our kitchen says, “Edamame, fresh soybeans, are a delicious and low-fat source of protein. When the kitchen inherited a giant box of edamame we got by mistake, I had the opportunity to create this recipe to use them up! I’ve adjusted the amounts so you can make this at home.”
We’re so happy the sustainably harvested, best-tasting-ever scallops from Port Clyde are back. Last year we ran out and had to wait until the season came around again. This year I personally plan to buy enough so I have a supply in my home freezer… What do I like about Port Clyde scallops besides the