Everyone loves having a barbecue, bringing friends and family together for a day full of delicious food and even better memories. As the weather begins to warm and we near summer, most families will begin breaking out their grills. Nearly 20% of the United States population grills several times a month. However, how many of those barbecuing are offering options for their vegetarian Memorial Day recipes for those following a specific diet?
There is no doubt that pizza is one of the most popular foods around the world. Warm bread, rich marinara and melty cheese — you can’t go wrong! Or can you? Today we are tackling one of the greatest food debates of all time: does pineapple belong on a pizza?
Nothing Says Mother’s Day More than Breakfast in Bed
Today, we’re dishing out some delicious Mother’s Day breakfast recipes featuring the one and only queen of fruits: pineapple! From waffles to smoothies and everything in between, we’ve got a bunch of fruit options that are sure to make your mom say, “you’re the zest!”
So, peel yourself away from any distractions and let’s get ready to make this Mother’s Day the sweetest yet.
Is Sugar Found in Fruit Good or Bad for Your Health?
Nutrition can be a fickle beast. With countless fitness bloggers, nutrition gurus and exercise experts out there on the web, it can be difficult to decipher what foods will benefit your body and what foods will do more damage than good. Let us make it simple for you: think back to your younger years; to the years filled with nap times, gold stars and crayons. Now picture yourself spilling out those crayons to create a masterpiece in your art class. What if the box was entirely black and white crayons instead of a wide array of dazzling tones? That wouldn’t create a very pretty picture at all.
With spring in full swing, people are digging out their biggest pots and calling up their local seafood suppliers to begin the seafood boil season. Just as the flowers are in bloom, so are the people gathering around a boil to enjoy a good meal and quality time together. In some parts of the United States, a seafood boil is as common as a backyard BBQ. Seafood boils vary by region, some with more spice and some with different types of seafood, but they are most common in the Southern Gulf Coast as well as the New England area. Although the exact origination of seafood boils has been a subject of debate, it is thought that the Cajuns brought it over to Louisiana when they were exiled from Canada in the 1700s.
Traditionally, seafood boils are a communal meal! The South is notorious for participating in a pot-luck culture, with someone bringing the fixins, someone bringing the seafood, and someone bringing the boil mix and seasonings. Prop up a few fold-out tables in a neighbor’s backyard, grab trays to lay the food out on, and let’s get to boiling!
Welcome in the Warmer Weather with These Spring-Friendly Recipes
As spring approaches, seasonal produce is coming into season, and pineapple is a versatile fruit that pairs perfectly with spring options. Though Costa Rican pineapple is ripe and available year-round, incorporating it into your spring recipes is a great way to add a healthy and flavorful touch to your meals. Pineapple is rich in nutrients such as vitamin C, bromelain, and fiber, which promote digestive health, reduce inflammation, and protect against cellular damage. Chestnut Hill Farms produces sustainably grown pineapple that is exceptionally sweet and nutritious, ensuring that their pineapples arrive fresh and flavorful while reducing waste, conserving water, and promoting biodiversity. Try classic combinations like pineapple and mango or more original ones like pineapple and peas to bring an extra bit of brightness and flavor to your table this Spring. Read on for the perfect pineapple pairings.
With the holidays at an end, many look to take on their New Year resolution. According to a survey from Statista, almost 40% of adults choose to eat healthier in the coming New Year as their resolution. Whole 30 is a fantastic program to help kickstart that resolution! Whole 30 is not your typical diet or detox program, but a reset of your entire diet. It entails 30 days of eliminating food that are typically bad for you, such as sugars and carbs, then slowly reintroducing them for 10 days, taking note of what foods negatively affect your mood and your body.
With deviled eggs as the opening act, pineapple ham is the main event at Easter dinner. Juicy, sweet and festive, pineapple and ham join forces to make an iconic holiday dish. Have you ever stopped to wonder – why ham? Just like turkey on Thanksgiving, ham, and Easter tend to go together. As it turns out, there’s a bit of history behind this tradition.
Pineapple is indisputably one of the most delicious fruits that exist. The flavor is synonymous with good vacations, delightful desserts, and unforgettable moments with friends and family. It’s no wonder that we can’t stop writing about it. Whether it’s used as a tropical drink garnish or as part of your beauty routine, there are endless possibilities for pineapple.
Now, as much as we think we know about this tasty fruit, do we really? Have you ever thought about pineapple by the numbers? How big the world’s largest pineapple might be? Does it take long to grow a pineapple from a seed to a full plant? How many pineapples are harvested every year?
Prepare to have your mind blown as we explore fascinating pineapple statistics!
Everyone loves summer vacation, but not many people love the oppressive heat that arrives in mid-July and sticks around until Labor Day. Summer as a kid used to mean fun—not having to sit in a classroom, running through the sprinkler with your friends, and sucking down popsicles all afternoon. Instead of wasting money on air conditioning that can’t keep up with the soaring temperatures, think back to your childhood and reach for a popsicle.
But, don’t stretch for just any cool treat! Grab a couple of Chestnut Hill Farms Perfect Pineapples on your next trip to the store and have them on standby for crowd pleasing summer pineapple recipes.