FUEL YOUR INNER ATHLETE
This is a recipe I have customized from an old Martha Stewart one (don't hate me, please!) It makes a great side dish or could even be a meal on its own with some added protein such as chicken or shrimp.
2-3 celery stalks cut on the bias
1/2 chopped green apple
1/4 cup sliced sweet onion
leaves from celery stalks
1 tbsp course ground mustard
2 tbsp white wine vinegar
1 tbsp olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
Combine mustard, vinegar, oil, salt and pepper into a small bowl, which until combined and set aside. Place celery, apple and onion in a large bowl and stir to combine. Pour dressing over and stir to coat. If desired, add the celery leaves and stir just until combined. This can be served immediately as in, or it can be refrigerated for up to a couple of days. A sneeze of fresh lemon before serving can bring a fresh and lively note as a finishing touch.
This is a repost from a couple of years ago but still a good one. With the cooler weather upon us, many of us will be looking for some easy and delicious crock pot meals, so here is one from Katie.
For this week, I am passing along an email with a collection of recipes for something that many of use probably don't think of for more than topping our tacos and nachos. No, not cheese, but that other dairy comfort food, sour cream. Sour cream is delicious in many recipes and brings a savory and tart flavor to many dishes while adding a creamy texture. In this collection of recipes from Cultures for Health, you can discover a new favorite way to use this common ingredient.
BEYOND TOPPING: 5 WAYS TO USE SOUR CREAM