The latest from the Radish
Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Jewish New Year, kicks off on Sunday evening. It is a time of renewal and reflection. Like all holidays, food is an important focal point of the New Year celebration. There are many foods that are customary to eat on Rosh Hashanah, which have significance to ensure a sweet and good new year. This kale and cauli tabbouleh recipe incorporates many of those symbolic foods into one simple and nutritious dish.
Granola is one of those foods that can start out with healthy intensions and then turn into a sugar loaded faux healthy meal or snack. The foundation is typically a wholesome one, but then it becomes adulterated with loads of sugar, oil, possibly some chocolate chips, and sugar coated dried fruit. This recipe for a healthy, "feel good" pumpkin and hemp seed granola, which is loaded with seeds, spices, some maple syrup, and fiber will leave you satisfied and satiated without the post sugar high slump.
In the depths of summer, the last thing that you want to do is crank up your oven. Keep cool and calm with this raw and refreshing green gazpacho that can be whipped up in 5-minutes flat.
Gazpacho is traditionally a cold red soup made from summer tomatoes, cucumbers, and day old bread. This spin uses tons of green on green goodness, ensuring that you get your veggie fix. Green vegetables are loaded with Vitamins C and E, which are great for your skin and immune function, and contain high levels of antioxidants.