Jun 01 2022
This month, Tanja suggested I write a Stroll Wickford article around a favorite Girasole family recipe, and my head spun with possibilities for a few days. Spring is that time of year that we ramp up social gatherings, so I thought, “What’s a good potluck recipe to share with my neighbors?” Just having hosted Easter, […]
May 15 2019
Ah, cool refreshing lemonade! When I was a kid, I drank lemonade or iced tea – All. Summer. Long. It wasn’t that nutritious, but it was thirst quenching and sweet, best served over ice cubes, to be crunched once the last drop of liquid was gone. The taste never got old. But I did! Somewhere […]
Jan 15 2019
(Repurposed from Purium Blog) ~~~~~~~~~~~~
Feeding a family fresh, healthy meals seems easier somehow in the summer. Early drop-off times, piano lessons, homework, soccer practice and hours of carpool are back in full swing and healthy eating becomes a little trickier.
But let’s face it, a busy schedule isn’t the only reason why it is difficult to […]
Nov 08 2018We are very excited to welcome Jen Lee to Team Fresh Rebellion! She is a talented chef from Nashville, TN. She was inspired to teach healthy cooking classes, after personally healing herself from Lyme Disease and related illnesses. She is coming to Rhode Island to cook some yummy dinner items for us to make as the […]
Oct 06 2017
Are you ready for some football food? That is my favorite part of the game (besides watching Tom Brady and the boys march down the field, of course). Whether you’re tailgating it or watching from home with friends, snack food has always been a part of the football experience. Here are some ways to freshen […]
Sep 10 2017
Dealing with fussy eaters? Nothing is more frustrating than spending an hour prepping dinner and hearing groans at the dinner table. One thing that helps avoid this is to give your picky eaters some choices. Set up a “kabob bar”, with meat and veggie options, and let everybody skewer up what they like!
Our friends at […]
Jul 27 2017
Growing up, our family ate traditional 1980s garden salads, consisting of iceberg lettuce, cucumber, tomato and red onion. Every. Single. Night. There are so many fresh ingredients to love and salads can be an adventure! Here are a few to get you on your way, starting with baby spinach… GET RECIPES