Weekly Wrap-Up: 1/13-1/19


Weekly Wrap-Up: 1/13-1/19

In case you missed them, here’s a wrap up of our favorite blog posts of the week. Read, get inspired, and start cooking!


Sweet Potato and Green Chili Quesadillas with ArugulaSweet Potato and Green Chili Quesadillas with Arugula
A perfect balance of flavors, this fresh dish combines sweet and spicy vegetables with crisp, cool arugula leaves. Serve with a crisp white wine or Mexican beer.
Ingredient Spotlight: Blood OrangesIngredient Spotlight: Blood Oranges
These juicy fruits have a ruby red flesh and a sweet flavor reminiscent of fresh summer berries, and they add a special, beautiful touch to any dish. See our top tips and uses here.
Learn to Cook: BraiseLearn to Cook: Braise
New Year’s resolution: learn to cook! We’re sharing techniques all month, and here, it’s all about braising. Read on to get started.
Oven “Fried” Chicken with Baby Spinach SaladOven “Fried” Chicken with Baby Spinach Salad
Finely ground gluten-free tortilla chips make a crunchy coating, while high-heat roasting produces moist, flavorful meat without the mess of frying. This dish is a great choice for an easy family supper.
Q&A with Charlie Gulick of Juice ShopQ&A with Charlie Gulick of Juice Shop
We’re kicking off the new year with a healthy juicing habit, talking to some top juicing experts and learning why they juice. Here, we talk to Charlie Gulick, who founded San Francisco’s Juice Shop. Learn his story!
Recipe Roundup: Clean Eating RecipesRecipe Roundup: Clean Eating Recipes
Ring in the new year with meals that showcase whole, natural foods at their most delicious. Focus on recipes with fresh, seasonal vegetables, nutritious whole grains and lean proteins, and you’ll be surprised how easy healthy eating can be. Here are some of our favorites!
6 New Ways to Eat Healthy Foods6 New Ways to Eat Healthy Foods
This month, we’re exploring creative new ways to incorporate more vegetables and nutrients into your everyday meals without sacrificing flavor — in fact, you may find that better-for-you foods pack a bigger flavor punch. Read on for a few fresh techniques, tools and tips to try now.
Ruby Grapefruit SorbetRuby Grapefruit Sorbet
Put vibrant ruby grapefruit to good use in this light dessert, which is a refreshing change of pace from opulent winter meals. For an elegant finale, serve in glasses topped with prosecco.
Weekend Project: Crusty Country LoafWeekend Project: Crusty Country Loaf
Cold winter weekends are the perfect excuse to cozy up inside with a baking project. This one will make your kitchen smell like heaven: a country-style loaf of bread baked in a stoneware cloche, with a golden brown crust and a tender crumb.
Learn to Cook: Simmer & PoachLearn to Cook: Simmer & Poach
Master these moist-heat cooking methods, which cook foods to tenderness while maintaining their original color and textures. Here’s how!
Roasted Red Pepper HummusRoasted Red Pepper Hummus
Roasted red pepper lends a sweet, smoky note and warm color to this classic chickpea dip, which is also delicious as a spread on sandwiches and wraps. The heart-healthy dip scores even more nutritional bonus points with the addition of bell pepper and ground sesame seeds.
Party Planner: Snow Day!Party Planner: Snow Day!
Cozy up inside with your friends and family and share a warm, savory dinner to shake off the chill. Our menu is full of new twists on classic comfort foods like chili and corn bread, perfect for a snowy evening at home (or even a winter weekend getaway).


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