Blog Monthly Archives: June 2016

This is a delightful dish during the hot days of summer. This recipe uses salmon instead of the traditional tuna because of its lower mercury content. Adapt it further using the bounty of your CSA or Farmer’s Market: if cherry tomatoes and green beans aren’t available, opt for the heirloom tomatoes and haricots verts. If you have an herb garden, use your favorite herbs and make the dish your own.   Key Nutrients: Omega 3-fatty acids, vitamin D, vitamin K, vitamin … Read More

2016 is ramping up to be quite a year for food poisoning. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), foodborne disease is defined by two or more cases of a similar illness resulting from ingesting a common food. Restaurants are one of the most common places for outbreaks and account for roughly 65 percent of incidences.1 Chipotle will undoubtedly be this year’s large restaurant chain winner with an E. coli outbreak that sickened over 50 people in … Read More