Tip, Trick & a Recipe: Ravishing Radishes

Not many people think of radishes as something more than a salad garnish – you know, pretty, but not something you necessarily want to eat. But radishes are actually great for snacks and including in meals! They’re spicy and sweet, rich in potassium, ascorbic and folic acid, vitamin B6, and calcium. A whole cup is […]


Tips, Tricks, and a  Recipe Celery By Leanne Ely, C.N.C Celery provides a crunchy texture and fresh taste to both cooked and raw dishes. Try pairing celery with almond butter – they’re a tasty duo. Celery has quite the reputation in reducing cholesterol and a guard against germs and colds, being high in vitamin C. […]

Tip, Trick & a Recipe: Noodles

Although the core ingredients for noodles don’t vary much (flour, water, salt) you can enjoy them in a number of dishes from lasagna to chow mein. Noodles, sometimes called pasta depending on the dish, are thought to have originated in China around 4,000 years ago. There are over 350 different types of pasta noodles in […]