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Italian Wedding Soup

Tired of green food yet? Not so fast! We’ve still got plenty of ways for you to enjoy your greens this month. Since all of the St. Patrick’s Day hoopla has died down, we’re now looking at a lesser-known holiday: St. Joseph’s Day. In Jolly Tomato land, we are lucky to have not one but three members […]

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Green Frosting

OK, I’ve already pushed the limits on what is acceptable in terms of green food for the month, what with the Greens, Eggs, and Ham and the Green (Rainbow Chard) Cake. But now I’ve totally gone off the rails with this Green Frosting (click for recipe), made with spinach. Yes, I’ve officially become that mom. […]

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Naturally Green Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

March 17 is drawing near. What are you going to serve as naturally green foods for St. Patrick’s Day?  As our favorite “green” day draws nearer, we’ve been cooking green things all week long. Green Cake First up on the list is this Green Cake, made green not by artificial food coloring, but by…rainbow chard. […]

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Ode to Hummus

Oh hummus how I love you so/ So many foods with which you go/ So many ways to make you mine/ At this moment I see nine. Clockwise from top: Carrot, black sesame seed, broccoli, black garbanzo bean, pumpkin, spinach, black bean, plain, tomato. Basic Hummus Recipe 1 15-ounce can garbanzo beans (chick peas), drained, with 1/4 […]

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Valentine's Day Appetizer - Bruschetta Hearts

Valentine’s Day Appetizer – Bruschetta Hearts

It’s nearly that time of year again, when almost all food is colored red and/or shaped like hearts. And of course that means it’s a great time to make a Valentine’s Day appetizer. If you’re looking for something super-easy, fast, and love-able, you’re going to want these Bruschetta Hearts. The most basic bruschetta involves toasted […]

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Books for Picky Eaters

Books for Picky Eaters

Have a picky eater in your house (or on your gift list)? These books for picky eaters are meant for them. As you have probably realized already, nagging or coercing won’t work to expand their palate. But a fun book about food just might. Therefore, we give you a list of some of our favorite […]

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Chia Crunch Cookies

Chia Crunch Cookie Recipe

Cookies are our weakness, and these chia crunch cookies are irresistible. They are basically a simple sugar cookie, with a hint of orange flavor, and with a pleasing little crunch. Recently, when we brought these to a holiday cookie swap, someone asked, “So, are they  healthy?” Well… Chia seeds are a good source of calcium […]

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