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3 Ways to Turn Your Cocktail Party Green! Plus an Organic Wine Pairing for Asparagus Sticks in Filo: Chateau Laubarit Entre-D by Shane S. Facebook Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 12:00am If you have ever wondered how to turn your cocktail party green I can help.  I reached out to one of our Environmental Booty partners, The Organic Wine Company , and asked if they could point us in the right direction on a wine pairing for one of my go to green living recipes for entertaining, Asparagus Sticks in Filo.  Is it Phyllo or Filo, I d ... Read on »
Asparagus and Goat Cheese Orecchiette by Every Little Thing Blog Health MavenFacebook Posted Thu 21 Apr 2011 11:55am Good morning! Wait, it’s afternoon already? Crazy. Well, good afternoon! Hope you’re all doing well :) It is a rainy, grey day outside today so I’m glad I’m inside! Thanks for all your comments on Week 4 of the February Grocery Event ! It’s funny that people either love or hate grocery shopping! I’m definitely in the love camp, but ... Read on »
Grilled Asparagus Salad by lapuremama Health Maven Posted Mon 23 May 2011 11:13am After a winter of total carbohydration, there is nothing more refreshing to me than ramping up the salads. The Salads of Summer! I'm the first to admit I am a total carb-a-holic. Like seriously. It's pretty bad. But I do love me a good salad as well. This one incorporates several of my favorite things, such as asparagus and the chickpea. A ... Read on »
What food you should buy organic and how to do it without maxing your credit card by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:37pm Eating organically grown food is a healthy choice. Finding and affording only organic food is sometimes tough. We do the best we can. I wouldn't knowingly give poison to my family. I made a choice to figure out a way to serve only organic foods whenever possible. So do you buy less food and go organic? Pick and choose which organic food ... Read on »
These Foods Should Always Be Organic - if pesticides matter to you by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:35am We've all heard how eating organic food is healthier than conventional grown foods. Even if you are still on the fence about organic you can still start slow and reap the benefits. If nothing else, you can see if the organic real food tastes better to you. There are a few clean fruits and veggies so if you can't afford to go 100% organic ... Read on »
7 Foods You Don’t Need to Buy Organic by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 12 Dec 2012 11:00am A couple weeks ago, I gave you a list of the top 10 foods you should strive to buy organic . Some of you found the list useful, while others felt a bit overwhelmed and disheartened by the information, saying that it felt like they couldn’t eat anything that wasn’t organic. Today, I’ll try to make things a little better by giving you a list of t ... Read on »
The easygoing eggs with roasted asparagus and almonds by Spoonoflife Posted Thu 24 Mar 2011 1:49pm I love eggs! And I’m here to crack the case on the never ending debate “Are eggs good or bad for you?” Well my friends I truly believe they are so very good for you! We often hear about how eggs can raise the blood cholesterol levels, but guess what, that has never been proven! Several studies have shown us that the consumption of eggs is ... Read on »
Roasted Asparagus w/ Hollandaise Sauce by Artistta Posted Thu 13 May 2010 12:00am Asparagus has to be one of my favorite vegetables, so when it comes in season I'm not about to miss out on preparing it as often as possible. One of these days I'll have a house and yard where I can start growing my own. It's too bad you can't grow it in pots! :-) This post is more about the hollandaise sauce you put on the asparagus since prep ... Read on »
Bagel Wednesday and Amy’s Kitchen Organics by Lori K. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 25 May 2011 7:35pm Wednesday – you know what that means!  We headed out on the bike path today.  The temps were in the mid 50s, which is a perfect morning ride temperature. This part of Glens Falls is going through a rebirth.  It had some questionable buildings (aka flophouse) which are now closed and there will be some demolition.  This coffee shop o ... Read on »
asparagus by Rob Carlyle Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 12:34am We have another week of the asparagus season to go - and this has been a good one for us. Home grown, organic asparagus is very special and although it seems to appear in almost every meal we eat at the moment, it is so fine that there are no complaints from this end! Our supermarkets do stock British asparagus these days - but the was ... Read on »