When you live in Maine, most people have gardens, both vegetable and flower. The Accidental Locavore& 39;s parents have neighbors with amazing gardens and now that summer is at its peak, they& 39;re all looking to share the wealth. Part of the problem with gardens is that there often just aren& 39;t enough people to eat it all and while some vegetables like beans and cauliflower can be pickled or preserved, the same just isn& 39;t true for things like Swiss chard.
HomeCookHealthy Eating31 ratingApril 30, 2012BySeamus MullenParsley VinaigretteA parsley vinaigrette is a terrifically versatile thing, perfect with all sorts of salads, like potato salad and bean salad. But I also use it to spark up a sautéed piece of fish or grilled meat and vegetables. All hail Lady Parsley.
Picture by:mominmlYou might not be able to roast your Christmas turkey a week in advance, but there are lots of make-ahead Christmas recipes that will help you relax and enjoy the big day.Make and freezeThe first key to getting ahead is making and freezing - you can do this as early as November, and everything you freeze will taste freshly made.
Along with employees Jason Quinn and Jesse Brockham, the owner of The Lime Truck, Daniel Shemtob, celebrated the truck& 39;s third anniversary in June. The trio behind the Mexican-inspired cuisine brought the truck to number five on our list of 101 Best Food Trucks in America 2013. But they don’t serve just any boring old Mexican food.
RecipesDish typeDrinkA thick banana-flavoured milk shake with a tropical touch, this will certainly appeal to children and adults alike. Ideal at breakfast time as it is filling, nourishing and quick, it can also be enjoyed as a delectable dessert.Be the first to make this!IngredientsServes: 2 ½ ripe mango1 small ripe banana, sliced150 ml (5 fl oz) semi-skimmed milk120 ml (4 fl oz) orange juice2 tsp lime juice1 tsp caster sugar2 heape1/2 tbsp vanilla frozen yogurtfresh lemon balm leavesMethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5minPeel the skin from the mango and cut the flesh away from the stone.
1. Skip LunchEach spring, City Harvest sponsors its New York City-wide Skip Lunch Fight Hunger initiative, asking people to brown-bag it for one day a year and then donate the money they would have spent on lunch to the organization. City Harvest calculated that with a mere $10, the amount an average New Yorker spends on lunch, they can feed more than 37 hungry children.