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Savor: Radishes

April 12, 2018 Heather Goesch

These buried jewels are among the oldest known cultivated vegetables, possibly originating in prehistoric times in Europe or western Asia.

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Pink Angelic Eggs

March 29, 2018 Melissa Hehmann

Guests will be wowed by the pop of pink color, and they’ll never suspect they’re eating a healthier version with plain, nonfat Greek yogurt swapped in for mayonnaise.

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March 22, 2018 Food & Nutrition Magazine

On the fourth Thursday of every month, be sure to share group photos and videos on Instagram using the hashtag #FNdinnerparty to connect with others near and far!

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Peanut and Roasted Tomato Braised Chicken

March 1, 2018 Celestina Brunetti

This twist on the Zimbabwean classic huku nedovi (roadrunner chicken in peanut sauce) is quick to prepare and uses chicken thighs instead of the tougher meat of roadrunner chicken. Bell pepper, garlic and ginger add extra flavor and a dose of vegetables.

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Micronutrients: Magnesium

March 1, 2018 Kathleen Zelman

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, with the majority found in the skeleton and the rest in muscle, soft tissue and blood.

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Roasted Radishes

March 1, 2018 Abbie Gellman

Roasting radishes tames their spiciness and brings out their natural earthy flavor. White wine vinegar and fresh parsley add zing and color.

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Hominy and Beans

March 1, 2018 Julie Andrews

A traditional African dish made of samp and beans, nuts or cowpeas is given an American spin using canned hominy and pinto beans and served as a side dish.

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Sautéed Mustard Greens

March 1, 2018 Marcy Gaston

Inspired by the Zimbabwean dish muriwo, this recipe tames the spiciness of mustard greens by sautéing with tomatoes and spices. In Zimbabwe, pumpkin leaves also are commonly served as the side dish muboora, but they are not commonly available in North America.