Veteran dietitian and food lover Amy Shapiro of Real Nutrition NYC swears by this easy, fall-off-the-bone roast chicken recipe. We tried it and we fully agree! It’s a staple recipe in our households as it is loved by adults and children alike. Give it a try! Serves 8 INGREDIENTS: 1 whole chicken, 5-6 pounds (organic, pasture-raised) 1 lemon, halved 1 …
If you are looking to get into your friend’s and family’s good graces, may I suggest you prepare this steak marinade recipe. Every time I prepare this (which is admittedly often), I am asked to share the recipe … it’s that good. What’s more, I get specific requests from my children to prepare this. I usually use grass-fed skirt or flank steak but any grass-fed steak will do. So …. Can you guess what I am making for Christmas Eve dinner?
Every August I eagerly await the arrival of my zucchini and yellow squash from my humble garden. So much depends on the weather, and this year was probably my best ever…. to the point where I simply had too much… but I’m not complaining. They make excellent hostess gifts and I prepared this perfect side dish inspired by Jennifer Fisher that every member of my family and all dinner guests devoured. See for yourself!
Once spring has sprung, we immediately start making dishes that are fitting for warmer weather. We usually start with gazpacho and always turn to my mom’s Gazpacho recipe from The Silver Palate Cookbook. It’s tried and true and loved by the adults and the kiddos. We like to ladle the gazpacho into chilled heavy mugs as a sippable first course while our main courses are grilling. Happy Spring and enjoy!
Who doesn’t love a delicious banana bread?! We have a super easy, guilt-free recipe without refined sugar that we promise will be a hit among adults and the kiddos. Enjoy!
It’s cold outside and we are looking for ways to keep warm. This stew is hearty, easy to make and tastes amazing. Plus it’s vegan and gluten free. Enjoy!
I know I am not alone when I say that going apple picking with my family in the fall is an annual highlight. Not only are we supporting local farmers but we are “shopping” in a mindful and healthy way! The fun continues and we all vote on what recipe we should make with the apples we picked. This year we had a tie! So we made both – Applesauce and Apple Crisp …. and they were a huge hit. Enjoy!
My modest vegetable garden is doing beautifully this summer! My family of four can’t even get through all of its abundance so I have been tying twine ribbons around a lot of it and giving it as house warming gifts when we visit friends and family. But I do covet my squash and zucchini as with these vegetables I can get very creative and mix it up. Here I am including my all-time favorite zucchini bread. Flavorful, delicious and ultra healthy… See for yourself!
This tomato soup recipe is a hit with children and adults alike. There is a perfect balance of richness and sweetness. We enjoy it all year long and encourage you to add this to your repertoire!
One of Daily Dose and Food Matters NYC’s special skills is making over junk food in a healthful way. One of their customer favorites is chicken nuggets.
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