In Season: Summer Produce-Peaches

Sweet, juicy peaches are the best! There are many uses for peaches: Eating as is, adding to hot or cold cereal, smoothies, chilled soups, added to pancakes, or used in baking.  One thing is for sure, peaches create an amazing flavorful experience.  See below for tips and recipes! Selection, Storage, and Preparation Ripe peaches should be stored in … Read more

Pump Up Your Jam!

Summer means berries, and lots of them.  This typically means it’s time to make jam! However, traditional recipes call for lots of sugar and require canning.  Enter chia seeds! Chia seeds are a great way to make jam with little to no added sugar and skip the hot canning process.  Chia seeds possess the power … Read more

Knife Skills-Cuts

Having confidence in your knife skills and different ways of cutting foods can make your time in the kitchen easier and more enjoyable, not to mention quicker! Check out this video to learn some knife skills and how to perform different cuts (video from Tasty):

In Season: Spring Produce-Spinach

Spring means spinach! Spinach is a dark green leaf vegetable with a slightly bitter taste that is a rich source of vitamin A, C, and iron.  Check out these tips on choosing, storing, and preparing spinach: Selection Fresh spinach can be found loose or bagged. Choose fresh spinach leaves that are green and crisp.  Avoid … Read more

In Season: Spring Produce-Peas

Nothing is better than fresh spring peas! Check out tips on choosing, storing and preparing peas below: Selection Choose firm, bright green, medium-sized pods with no signs of decay or wilting. Storage Refrigerate peas in a perforated plastic bag for 3-5 days. Shell peas immediately before using. 10 Ways to Prepare Peas Quick One-Dish Meal. Need … Read more