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Recipes for the Year of the Sheep

By Megan Myers, February 16, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

Did you know the Chinese New Year is almost here? That’s right, also known as the Lunar New Year, the Year of the Sheep begins on February 19.

Traditional celebrations include fireworks to scare away evil spirits, foods that represent a long healthy life, and foods that bring the family together through communal sharing.

Try these recipes to celebrate the Chinese New Year!

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Tasty Ways to Enjoy Tofu

By Alana Sugar, February 16, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Alana Sugar

Learn to Cook: Crispy Tofu

Growing up in Hawaii gave me ample opportunity to appreciate exotic flowers, melodious Hawaiian music and tasty tofu. Yes, tofu! The island of Oahu is where I learned to love tofu in dishes such as Miso Soup...

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What to Make This Week

By Megan Myers, February 15, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

It’s the home stretch of winter, and you could probably use a little boost to get through the week. To help you get a good meal on the table, we’ve done all the work of meal planning for you. 

Chilled Thai Corn Soup


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Mommy Makes: Simple Vegetable Soup

By Christine O'Connor, February 14, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Christine O'Connor

In this ongoing blog series, Christine, a budget-minded mom and Whole Foods Market® team member, explores ways to create healthy, organic foods that appeal to both her child and the grownups. Read the other posts in her ongoing series.

Getting your kids to eat vegetables shouldn’t have to be a fight. Instead of focusing on what my son doesn’t like, I like to focus on the vegetables that he enjoys. Ever since he was a baby, my son liked to eat peas. This love of peas inspired my very first blog post: More Peas, Please.  

Four years later, he still enjoys peas. He also now likes carrots. And, like so many kids he also loves noodles. So, let’s make a soup out of that! My son prefers cooked vegetables to raw, so making soup is the perfect solution.

For this simple soup all you need are 6...

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Special-Diet Casseroles

By Megan Myers, February 13, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

When I think of comfort food, there’s not much else that embodies it more for me than a warm, hearty casserole.

Not only are they perfect when the weather is chilly, they are ideal dishes for potlucks, make-ahead meals, and ensuring you have leftovers for yummy lunches.

For me casseroles mean any dish baked in a casserole pan, from pot pies and pasta dishes to gratins and even breakfasts!

While  classic casseroles are great, they  don’t always have to be filled with meat, cheese, or cream-based sauces — there are plenty of delicious recipes for those who follow special diets, from vegan to gluten free and in between.  



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