“Quickly searing fresh tuna is a great way to create an easy and very healthy meal at home. It takes no time at all. Try it!” –Chef Jeremy Sewall
“Beer-steamed littleneck clams is a quintessential New England treat. Chorizo deepens the flavor of the dish, and adding toasted bread to sop up the sauce is a must.” –Chef Jeremy Sewall
“There is a lot of talk about wild versus farmed salmon. Both are great options when making home-cooked meals.” –Chef Jeremy Sewall
“Atlantic cod is typically larger than Pacific cod and is one of the most commercially sought after fish in New England. It is prized for its flaky white flesh.” –Chef Jeremy Sewall
“The Lemon Baked Snapper recipe is one of my favorites and one of the easiest dishes to cook at home.” –Chef Jeremy Sewall
“There are two types of scallops to choose from when you are at the supermarket or fishmonger: wet and dry. They are pretty easy to identify and tell apart. Dry scallops are generally preferred.” –Chef Jeremy Sewall
“This dish is, for me, the epitome of spring. Wild vegetables just folded together with fresh herbs, spring eggs, and crème fraîche. As a child, I spent a lot of time foraging for morel mushrooms, fiddlehead ferns, and wild ramps … Continued
Juicing makes it easy to achieve what’s sometimes called ‘rainbow nutrition,’ or consuming the widest possible variety of fruits and vegetables.
‘Superfood’ refers to foods that have a particularly high concentration of vitamins and minerals. They cleanse and detoxify, giving you a feeling of health and vitality. Juicing is a supercharged way to consume superfoods!
Green smoothies are a great way for your kids to consume a powerhouse of pure nutrients. And smoothies open up a kid’s taste buds to an array of new tastes and textures.