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Several residents at Sunrise at River Road, AZ, are known to love quinoa, what some might call the latest craze in healthy grains. Knowing this, the community’s chef worked with them to develop the perfect dish that incorporated this special ingredient and appealed to their taste buds at the same time.
A weekly brunch is a favorite tradition for residents of The Carlisle, CA, and this salad is always the star of the show! It’s the chef’s very own recipe which he often features on the menu during the late summer and fall.
Enjoy this family recipe courtesy of our chef at The Quadrangle, PA. As a child, the chef spent many weekends visiting the Lancaster County Farmer’s Market, just down the street from The Quadrangle. Taylor’s Pork Roll® is a breakfast staple in the Philadelphia region, and was turned into a delicious family tradition from a loving grandmother.
We recently covered a new study from Harvard School of Public Health that added new weight to the old adage, "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." Researchers found that those who ate healthy breakfasts on a regular basis had a 27 percent lower risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease compared to those who frequently skipped the first meal of the day.
This month, we've brought you some delicious summer treats featuring fruits and vegetables that are in season this time of year. Today we're focusing on a juicy and tropical fruit that has a flavor like nothing else - papaya.
Whether you are celebrating Easter with your extended family or having a quiet brunch at home with your partner, eggs are one ingredient that no Easter meal can do without. Representing life and, of course, the Easter Bunny's bounty, eggs will always have a home on the Easter menu. In this frittata recipe, adapted from Cooking Light magazine, ham and the classic spring vegetable asparagus take center stage with eggs and egg whites, which cuts down the cholesterol level. Choose low-fat and low-sodium ingredients to make this a nutritious Easter dish.
Whether you're Irish or not, the month of March is a time to celebrate the rich heritage of Ireland. Of course, one of the best ways to do this is with Irish cuisine. Even after you've made your corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day, you may enjoy having a hearty Irish breakfast this month.
Eggs sometimes get a bad rap, mostly because their yolks are high in cholesterol. However, experts agree that the health benefits of eggs outweigh their slight nutritional downfall - even if you're looking out for your heart! In fact, one study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Found no link between eggs and heart attack or stroke.