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 Saturday, January 20th, 2018


January 8, 2011

You’re eating healthier…

Simple and Hearty and full of flavor

That means more servings of fruit and vegetables.Winter fruit and vegetables need cooking, and when it’s really cold I make soup on an almost daily basis…Simple and Hearty and full of flavor. They make a wonderful, filling meal. Salads need flavor and color to tempt me towards cold food at this time of year, and I add chopped fruit, citrus segments and nuts to make them more enticing. I also stew fruit, adding spices or orange juice, and serving them alone, or with a crumble topping. At this time of year, when the flu is running rampant, we need our immune systems to be in top shape, so remember your five portions of Winter fruit and vegetables a day and Eat Well




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