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Roast Chicken with Balsamic Bell Peppers
This roast chicken with balsamic bell peppers dish adds Italian flair to your dinner table in just 40 minutes.
EatingWell:
Moroccan-Style Stuffed Peppers
Aromatic savory-and-sweet stuffed peppers are a satisfying supper, thanks to lean beef, brown rice and bell pepper in each bite. Serve with rainbow chard sautéed with olive oil, garlic and parsley.
Los Angeles Times:
Andrew Weil, M.D.:
Hashed Brussels Sprouts
Brussels sprouts are, for many, an especially difficult vegetable to love. That's largely because most people have had only steamed-into-mush versions. If that's been your experience, try this recipe, which preserves the sprouts' toothsome texture, and complements their subtle sweet flavor with savory and spicy notes. Sprouts dry out quickly after harvest; make an effort to get the freshest ones you can find for this dish.
Food as Medicine
Brussels sprouts are a rich source of glucosinolates, nutrients that provide building blocks from which the body constructs a variety of cancer-protective compounds. They also provide abundant antioxidants, including vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin A (as beta-carotene).
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