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Mitchell Anderson, the owner, founder and chef of Midtown healthy-eating staple MetroFresh puts some of his customers’ favorite recipes into reach with his first cookbook, Food & Thought. In addition to fabulous eats, Mitchell shares stories about his family and … Continue reading

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Don’t be fooled by the fancy Italian name – this dish is simple, seasonal and healthy. It’s a vegetable-based take on a more traditional pasta dish, created by executive Matt Marcus at Portofino. And with just a handful of seasonings, … Continue reading

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Recipe courtesy of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Clean  Yields: 12 servings  Homemade Baked Applesauce  Ingredients:  7 or 8 medium Fuji apples, peeled, cored and roughly sliced 4 TB. water 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 2 TB. fresh lemon juice … Continue reading

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Recipe courtesy of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Clean.  Yields: 14 servings  White Beans with Rosemary  Ingredients: 1 lb. northern white beans, dry 4 garlic cloves, peeled and sliced 3 bay leaves 8 rosemary stems 1 tsp. sea salt … Continue reading

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This brightly flavored savory salad works well as an appetizer or a main dish. Traditionally made with pork, this recipe calls for chicken, as well as a handful of other ingredients that you likely already have in the kitchen.   … Continue reading

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Tired of turkey? Need a nourishing soup that is low in fat but FULL of flavor? Enjoy this with a big, green salad, and if you indulged during Thanksgiving, you’ll be right back on your way to health, happiness and … Continue reading

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There are so many turkey recipes out there, this week I thought I’d post some meatless munchies for your Thanksgiving menu. These are both low-fat, low-calorie and FULL of flavor and color – perfect antidotes to the typical heavy, Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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Want to make a delicious dinner that costs next to nothing, looks restaurant quality, takes almost no time to make and tastes unbelievable? This acorn squash recipe is a staple in my house. Acorn squash is high in fiber and … Continue reading

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In Alison Broderick’s article, Learning how to successfully manage food allergies and thrive, she mentions that the most common food allergies are milk, eggs, fish, nuts, wheat and soy.  In fact, millions of Americans are suffering from an intolerance or … Continue reading

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