Cheesy Cauliflower

How To, Meal Planning, Recipes, Veggie of the Month
“Cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education.” Mark Twain This marks our last blog for cauliflower! Next month we are moving on to a new vegetable to integrate into your diet. Some of you may be glad to have a new vegetable to try out especially if cauliflower is just not your thing.  Over the past couple of weeks I have tried to sneak cauliflower into our dinners without Jason noticing. The most successful to date was adding it to our twice baked potatoes for our vegetarian night.  For this, I simply steamed some cauliflower (I also steamed broccoli and spinach) and added to the scooped out potato insides plus all the other regular fixings. Since cauliflower has such a mild taste, he had no idea. I…
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Cauliflower Rice

How To, Meal Planning, Recipes, Veggie of the Month
Hopefully, you all have run out and bought some cauliflower and tried a new recipe! While you were choosing your head of cauliflower did you question - How do I know which one is fresh? What is the best way to store this thing? And, what do I do with these leaves and stalks? In today’s installment we will answer those questions plus talk about cauliflower rice. Cauliflower is a wonderful vegetable in the sense that it is almost always available in the store. During farmer’s market days, they usually show up late summer early fall. While your farmer’s market may have some unique colors like we talked about in the last blog the super markets are usually less adventureous. Typically, you will find a 1.5 to 2 pound head…
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Roasted Cauliflower

Meal Planning, Recipes, Veggie of the Month
Hopefully you all got to try Buffalo cauliflower over the Super Bowl weekend! A good way to balance out all the junk food. After my last post I got a lot of comments on cauliflower both good and bad. I love the client that came into the studio and said I inspired her to go buy cauliflower! Other comments ranged from mild interest to downright disgust for the vegetable. In fact, I’m not sure Jason is all that wild about this adventure of trying out new cauliflower recipes.  Whatever your reaction to my first post, keep reading. You may find a new way to cook something that before you thought was gross or smelly or lacked flavor.  My hope with these blogs and future ones is get folks eating a…
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