Posts by Linda Hoffman

Refreshing Green Cooler

  Try this refreshing green cooler this summer! Next time you’re at the market pick up some organic green kale, a bag of large organic Fuji or other sweet apple, a lemon or two, and an organic cucumber so you can make this delicious and refreshing cooler.   Whenever I’m at Egg and I for breakfast…

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Mango Season!

It’s Mango Season!   We’re coming into mango season.  While they are available year round, the smaller Champagne mangos are in season only March through May.  The larger varieties of mangos mature at different times.  But Hawaii and Florida mangos are both in season June and July.  Enjoy them while they are plentiful and inexpensive.…

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What is Pastured Butter?

I’m often asked “what is pastured butter?”   And no, it’s not butter that’s found in a pasture.  Pastured butter comes from cows that eat their natural diet of grasses that are found in pasture lands.  In a recipe it’s easier to say “pastured butter” than “butter that comes from grass-fed cows.” Why do I…

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Linda’s Gluten-Free Bread

Linda’s Gluten-Free Bread   This bread is probably best as a tea bread for breakfast or a snack rather than sandwiches.  Gluten-free but not full of a bunch of empty ingredients, it does lack the structure of a gluten bread.  Instead, the eggs make it slightly spongy.  It would work well with egg salad or…

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