March was a bit of a bear in the Northeast. I’m sure many of you, like me, are hoping that Spring hurries up and gets here soon. Don’t sunny skies, warmer weather, and flower blooms sound great right about now? For some inspiration, check out my April 2018 Newsletter. This month I’ve got a Gellman […]

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More and more products are being designed for folks on the go. People are less inclined to cook but don’t want to give in by resorting to takeout. Enter the snacks for dinner concept. A typical snack dinner should be half veggies, one quarter protein, and one quarter starch. Hummus dip, vegetables for dipping, and […]

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Chickpea Masala is a delicious vegetarian entree made with a variety of Indian spices. This simplified version uses Greek yogurt instead of cream or coconut milk, making a super fresh, lighter dish. The ingredients come together quickly and can be found primarily in the pantry. Goes wonderfully with your favorite whole grain, such as brown […]

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Looking for an easy, crunchy, refreshing salad? My Romaine with Cucumber with Yogurt Dressing is the perfect choice for a quick lunch or side dish. Romaine not only adds flavor and texture, but also plenty of nutrients. Just one cup provides 5 grams of fiber and more than 60% of your daily needs for Vitamins […]

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Did you know that Pork has more protein than chicken and is high in zinc, iron, and B-vitamins? Pork is an extremely versatile animal protein and my Pork Tenderloin with Mustard recipe is simple and delicious! This is sure to become part of your regular dinner rotation, it’s one of my all time favorite recipes! […]

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This easy, fruity dessert will make the whole family happy! And it’s delicious and nutritious. Get the kids involved, they’ll love helping out in the kitchen. Feel free to swap out the berries for other fruit you like. Mango, apples, or pears are all tasty options. Print Berry Crumble Course Dessert Servings 4 servings Author […]

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Roasting radishes tames their spiciness and brings out their natural earthy flavor. White wine vinegar and fresh parsley add zing and color. This side dish is great for Spring and Summer, a great addition to any meal. Print Roasted Radishes Course Side Dish Servings 2 servings Author Abbie Gellman Ingredients 1 pound radishes leaves and […]

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Ground lamb is perfect paired with components like lentils, cucumber, herbs, and yogurt. Add in some pomegranate seeds and you’ve got your next crowd pleasing powerhouse dinner! Simple, delicious, and nutritious. Print Lamb with Lentils and Pomegranate Seeds Course Main Course Cuisine Mediterranean Servings 4 servings Ingredients 1 teaspoon sunflower oil ½ pound ground lamb […]

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The Sloppy Joe sandwich. Simple, tasty, and comforting. My twist on this family favorite includes mushrooms, adding texture, flavor, and nutrients without taking away from the deliciousness of the sandwich. I also swap out ground beef for ground turkey thighs, keeping moisture and flavor intact, but decreasing the saturated fat in the dish. How would […]

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This hummus variation stars edamame, a great source of plant-based protein. Perfect for an afternoon snack, on a sandwich, or at your next get together. Edamame Hummus Makes 6 serving(s) Ingredients: 1/2 pound frozen shelled edamame (green soy beans), about 1 1/2 cups 1/4 cup tahini 1/4 cup water 3/4 teaspoon grated lemon zest 1 […]

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