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This recipe is a consecutive winner at Sunrise of Carmichael’s annual chili and rub cook-off. The smell of this dish simmering is the perfect way to bring in the crisp fall season.
Frequently featured during summer afternoon socials, our chef at Sunrise of Clayton, MO, created this appetizer by combining watermelon, a classic summer fruit, with some tomatoes and peppers found in the community garden. The result is this refreshing, seasonal dish that is a favorite among our residents.
A traditional Middle Eastern dish, this appetizer is a favorite in our
Sunrise of Wimlette, IL, community. This particular hummus recipe has been passed down in our chef’s
family for generations because of its delicious flavor profile and versatility as a dip or spread.
Local, fresh summer squash makes this recipe a favorite for the residents at Sunrise of Decatur, GA, and our chef recommends using any combination of squash, such as pattypan, yellow crookneck or zucchini squash.
This recipe, a favorite at Stratford Court of Boca Pointe, FL, is a perfect hearty yet healthy selection during brisk weather. It also makes a great alternative for Easter celebrations and is easy to prepare, even for beginners!
Mediterranean cuisine is light and refreshing, with an emphasis on letting simple ingredients and preparation shine. Likewise, dishes are often full of veggies, nuts and oils. The result is food that is healthy, unique and delicious.
Right next to the hamburgers and corn at every barbecue is a big bowl of pasta salad. This classic summer dish is a favorite of many people because it sounds healthy and tastes delicious. However, if the "salad" is heavy on pasta, light on veggies and dosed in dressing, it might not be the most nutritious dish at the buffet. But that doesn't mean you have to go without! Use one of these three pasta salad variations to sneak more nutrients into your summer diet.
Fiber is an essential part of your diet, but do you know if you're getting enough of this nutrient? Here's what seniors need to know about proper fiber intake and a few ways that you can sneak more of it into your daily meals.