Gather the family and share joy creating a meal together that’s healthy and wholesome. Whether you want to knead and cut the dough by hand, or use a kitchen aid to mix, and a roller to flatten and cut…..Today we are sharing 2 pasta recipes and some basic and easy tips!
Time to celebrate mom and show her she’s special with a fantastic Mother’s Day brunch spread, featuring this homemade Frenchie (baked French Toast) recipe. And what better way to choose health for mom by considering clean ingredients, and supporting local farms, artisans, and women-owned businesses?
Eating seasonally is something you can easily do to support your overall health. When you include foods in your diet that are grown at the same time of year you will be eating them, it’s easier to get fresh produce that still has an abundance of vitamins and minerals available to your body for adequate absorption.
When it comes to health, choosing local sources matter. Some of the best quality, most nutrient dense produce you can find will be from local farms in your area. Join Chef Leah of E.A.T. as she unpacks a local CSA Box and roasts some amazing sweet carrots.
Enjoy Chef Leah’s healthy and easy Frittata recipe using Ecoculture Farms eggs, and CSA Farm Box produce.
EAT's Easy Tuna Salad (said whole humming “Its a beautiful morning”). Easy Peasy Tuna Salad that is keto, paleo friendly!! More importantly.. clean high data that rock the body.
This is the recipe for the Hollandaise featured on KTLA 5 Morning News!
This is the recipe for the Hollandaise featured on KTLA 5 Morning News! We use holly stove top, but find the blender method much easier at home.