How to Make Whole Grain Salads

How to Make Whole Grain Salads

6 simple tricks for making whole grains more delicious - and more palatable for kids - and the husband. It was rare that a whole grain salad would make it onto my meal table. Part of that reason is that whole grains - like wheat berries, unhulled barley and farro can be hard for younger ...

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Melon Caprese Salad

Melon Caprese Salad | Teaspoonofspice.com @tspbasil

The ultimate summer salad - Insalata Caprese - with a refreshing fruit twist of watermelon and cantaloupe. School officially ended on Tuesday at noon, the husband is out of town, the 8 year old doesn't start camp until next week and you could pretty much fry an egg on the sidewalk for the ...

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10 Minute Minestrone Soup

Minestrone soup quick | TeaspoonOfSpice.com

A soul-satisfying soup that has slow-simmered taste - and is ready only minutes after first chopping the onion. ~ by Serena Ball, MS,RD {Disclosure: I'm grateful to the Canned Food Alliance for years ago highlighting the nutritional benefits of canned veggies to me as a young RD, and grateful ...

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Dill Pickle Soup {for The Recipe ReDux}

Dill Pickle Soup - TeaspoonOfSpice.com

A surprisingly delicious combo of salty dill pickles, sweet root veggies, spicy Old Bay seasoning in a creamy soup; serve with fries! I tell the following story with no disrespect to Michiganders (as I'm married to one) - nor to Bostonians (whom I lived among for 10 years and love ...

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Creamy Thai Squash Soup

Dairy Free Thai Squash Soup

Confession: I don't tofu enough. Now full disclosure --> While I was not paid to write this post,  The Soyfoods Council was a sponsor of last month's Blog Brûlée where we got to enjoy some creative and tasty soy appetizers including Pesto Edamame Hummus Dip and Curried Tofu, Roasted Tomato ...

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Homemade Italian Wedding Soup with Kale

Parmesan rind soup

A truly soul-satisfying soup: Meatballs, noodles, a bit of green, & Parmesan cheese broth. Better than any can.~ by Serena Ball, MS, RD If it would have been a normal dinnertime - and my kids had asked these question, I would have beamed and answered, “Yes!” “Mom, did you put these yummy ...

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