The seasonal dressing with a touch of maple syrup complements the pears and dried cherries in this phytonutrient rich salad.
Cooking for Wellness
Acorn squash halves are the perfect shape to hold a whole-grain stuffing.
This recipe is a lower calorie version of “pasta primavera” by swapping spaghetti squash for the pasta.
Enjoy this rich, creamy soup that is delicious on a cool autumn day.
Chase away the cold with a hot, healthy serving of this soup filled with vegetables, beans and whole wheat pasta.
Tabbouleh is a classic Middle Eastern salad, usually made with cracked wheat (or bulgur), tomatoes, parsley, mint, lemon juice and olive oil.
These burgers are similar to Middle Eastern falafel but without the deep frying.
This salad is a great way to showcase some of the season’s best veggies- green and yellow beans, peppers and carrots.
Try this nutrient packed take on a classic recipe.
This very simple poached pear recipe makes a wonderful dessert or refreshing breakfast treat when paired with thick Greek yogurt, chopped walnuts and a sprinkle of cinnamon.