Plants of the Kitchen | Garden


If you like to eat, cook, try and share new recipes, this series of note cards with healthful recipes may interest you ...


The illustrated vegetables, and fruit, each variety printed on card fronts, are featured in wonderful recipes on their card backs. An assortment of nine cards and recipes is now available.
 


In addition to the Mesclun card you see at right,
each of the nutritious fresh foods you see here, and recipes using them, are available on these high-
recycled-content blank notes: A
pples, Asparagus, Blueberries, Snow Peas, Swiss chard, Summer Squash, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Winter Squash and more.

Additional varieties will always be added. To inquire about purchasing note cards, please contact me!

Go to this page to download an order form.


Cooking with Wine?
Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are classic dry white and dry red wines — varieties that are grown in many fine vineyards. The recipes on the back of these cards include them. Ask your favorite vintner about pairing their wines with these healthful recipes.


My generous partner
in this series is The Produce For Better Health Foundation. They have provided all of the recipes. Please read on to learn more about them!


Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) consumer education foundation whose purpose is to motivate people to eat more fruits and vegetables to improve public health. PBH’s mission is to lead people to eat more fruits and vegetables because it matters for their better health. The foundation achieves success through industry and government collaboration, and a variety of marketing and nutrition education programs.

The Fruits and Veggies—More Matters brand, launched in March 2007, was developed to be consistent with the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which recommends various numbers of servings of fruits and vegetables depending on an individual’s calorie needs — ranging from 4 to 13 servings, or 2 to 6.5 cups, per day. The Fruits & Veggies—More Matters interactive Web site, www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org, offers recipes, serving ideas, shopping advice, and a new video center. It includes activities and tips for getting children involved and gives consumers the opportunity to share their own easy and fun serving ideas by submitting them online.
 

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