Try this healthy twist on traditional hamurgers! Celery and macadamia nuts will give your burger extra crunch and flavor.
Risotto is a hearty dish that fills you up in the fall months when it starts to cool down outside. The crunch of pecans adds a textural treat to the creamy risotto.
The flavors of the Mediterranean shine in this easy main dish salad. Use lemon pepper seasoning instead of Greek seasoning, if you like.
An easy-to-make twist on a traditional pasta dish, the roasted squash brings out a sensational sweet flavor to an otherwise savory dish.
Salmon is the perfect fish to stand up against a thick and flavor-packed glaze, as seen in this recipe. The crisp salad on the side adds a delicious texural element to the plate.
Topped off with basil-chive vinaigrette, this salad is packed with healthy veggies and crisp almonds.
Grilled mushrooms with grape tomatoes and goat cheese make this a healthy, low-calorie option.
Spicy trout salsa livens up a cool, creamy spring pea soup for a bowl full of flavor.
Take a trip south of the border with this Mexican Chopped Salad. Ole!
Stews taste even better the next day which offers a great excuse for cooking a large batch to serve later in the week. It's also easy to double the recipe and freeze some. You can use thick-cut, boneless, loin chops, trimmed of all the fat for a dish elegant enough for a dinner party.
The fresh greens are paired with thinly sliced apples, tomatoes and onions and spiced up with a flavorful dressing. The salad is topped off with candied pistachios.
Impress friends and family at your next holiday gathering. A sweet and crunchy streusel tops off a warm sweet potato dish.
A fresh Atlantic salmon is gently drizzled with olive oil, lightly coated with a sweet honey and topped with finely crushed pistachios.
This is a hearty and enticing recipe perfect for a spring day.
Sparkling like jewels, berries at their peak in summertime are captured in a flavorful jelly. Any combination of berries will work as well as pomegranate seeds. By using a flavorful juice that’s naturally sweet you eliminate the need for added sugar.
This easy salad recipe with toasted walnuts is perfect for a summer picnic, in a sandwich, or as a light snack in pita bread. You can vary the flavor by adding apple, pear, or even apricots instead of grapes. A little cumin or curry powder in the dressing adds an international flair.
Add a Cool Nutty Touch to Summer’s BountyCelebrating the Holidays with Nuts
Thinking of new ideas to make your celebration meals a bit more special – think of nuts! Not only will they add a nutritional boost, but also a delightful crunch, flavor and creative spin.Nuts and Wine
Now that the holidays are here, many of us are planning parties, dinners and cocktail events. For the novice--and even knowledgeable--wine enthusiast it can be difficult to decide what wines to serve and what foods to pair them with…this is where nuts can come in very handy.