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Falling for Autumn

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By now, you’ve probably all sipped a pumpkin spice latte, savored a slice of pumpkin bread, or devoured a pint of pumpkin ice cream. If you’re in the fall-is-for-pumpkin-spice-everything camp, we’re right there with you. Truth be told, we’re obsessed with all forms of autumn squash at the moment, from acorn and butternut to delicata and spaghetti. Wondering how to turn a pumpkin into dinner rather than a jack-o-latern? Discover fall’s most delicious squash recipes. Then bring a bit of autumn’s bold colors to your desktop as a reminder to savor the season by downloading the October 2016 Good Food Calendar to your desktop. Just click on the ideal version for your screen and then choose save/download. 2560 x 1600 […]

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8 Effortless Salads That Won’t Leave You Hungry

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Stuck in a salad rut? If you’re looking for ways to mix up your lunch routine with easy-to-make, delicious-to-eat salads, Registered Dietitian Rachel Patterson of Relay Foods has some ideas for you. Packed with good-for-you veggies, fruits, and proteins, these satisfying salads will get you through the afternoon. Kale, Apple, and Walnut Salad This salad makes an easy chop-and-toss lunch. With nutrient-rich kale and apples, sweet dates, protein-packed kale, and a light lemon dressing, it’s a delightfully delicious and satisfying meal. Long afternoon ahead? Add chicken for a little extra staying power. Get the recipe. Earthy Greek Salad Loaded with flavorful vegetables, this salad is made hearty with rich avocado, crunchy cashews, and creamy goat cheese. Get the recipe. Fennel and Apple Salad […]

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How to Make Cold Brew Coffee

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If you find yourself sweating while drinking your mug of piping hot joe in the morning, it’s probably time to switch things up and enjoy that coffee over ice. These days, the coffee connoisseurs are all about cold brew. Let’s be clear. Cold brew and iced coffee are not the same. Once-hot coffee poured over ice? That’s iced coffee. What’s cold brew, then? We wanted to let our partner Stephen Robertson of Blanchard’s Coffee Roasting Company in Richmond, Virginia, answer that question for us. Learn more below, then hop over to the Shop to grab a bag of local beans and give homemade cold brew a try. What is cold brew? Simply put, it is coffee brewed with cold water instead of […]

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5 Tips to Grill Chicken Perfectly

5 Tips to Grill Chicken Perfectly

You just gotta love plump, juicy chicken hot off the grill! But if you’ve ever played grill master, you know this lean protein can go from choice to chewy & dry in the blink of an eye. Whether you’re barbecuing boneless, skinless breasts, a pile of meaty drumsticks, or even a whole bird, follow our five easy steps to nail perfectly cooked, mouthwatering meat. Download this infographic.Embed Our Infographic On Your Site!Image Width%px<img src="https://blog.doortodoororganics.com/colorado/?attachment_id=7311" alt="5 Tips to Grill Chicken Perfectly – An Infographic from Door to Door Organics Colorado" width="100%" class="infographic_embedder" /><p class="infographic_attr">Embedded from <a href="https://blog.doortodoororganics.com/colorado/5-tips-grill-chicken-perfectly/" target="_blank">Door to Door Organics Colorado</a></p><img src="https://blog.doortodoororganics.com/colorado/?attachment_id=7311" alt="5 Tips to Grill Chicken Perfectly – An Infographic from Door to Door Organics Colorado" width="100%" class="infographic_embedder" /><p […]

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6 Tips for Greener Grilling

6 Tips for Greener Grilling

Before firing up your grill for a cookout, check out these simple—and surprising!—ways to lessen your eco-impact and barbecue healthier. Did you know gas beats charcoal every time? Or that besides making meat delicious, marinades can be good for you, too? With a little planning, you can grill safer, healthier, and greener. 1. Go gas, chuck charcoal. Research shows that a charcoal grill’s carbon footprint is three times greater than a gas grill’s. Fat dripping onto coals creates that smoky aroma you might savor—but it also emits cancer-causing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Plus, charcoal-churned soot irritates lungs, and lighter fluid squirted onto hot briquettes wafts up and soaks into your food. Eww. 2. Marinate meat. Cooking beef, chicken, pork, fish, and […]

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Meet One of Our Favorite Local Foodies

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Meet Jaime Lopez of the South on Broadway food blog. She’s a busy Denver mom with a lifestyle blog for lovers of food, design, fashion, and travel. We also think she’s an inspiration for healthy living. We recently asked Jaime to share how Door to Door Organics makes her life a little easier. How does Door to Door Organics simplify your life? “I use Door to Door Organics to keep healthy fresh produce in my home at all times. The items in my delivery are the starting point for my weekly meal planning and often dictate what I will cook for the week ahead. I love that Door to Door Organics has expanded their offerings to include sustainable seafood, locally roasted coffee, range-free eggs […]

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6 Simple Soups You Can Cook in About an Hour

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Soup really is Good Food, as the classic slogan says. You fill a stockpot with any or all veggies in your crisper and some healthy protein, then let it all simmer on the stove or even all day in a crockpot. How easy is that? We’ve rounded up our favorite Simple Soup recipes, from classic Chicken Soup that has flu-fighting superpowers and veggie-packed Italian Minestrone to an easy Black Bean Soup and a quick Moqueca (Brazilian Fish Stew). Find your new favorite soup recipe in our recipe collection, and warm up with a big bowl sometime soon.  

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