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How To's

Conquering the Whole Vegetable

By Suzannah Schneider | October 7, 2014

-fry them with fish sauce, ginger, and garlic; add them to an omelet; use in place of lettuce in a burger or sandwich; add them to a curry; or bake them at 350°F for 15 m…

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Chasing Flavors

Daily Special: Red Caesar Salad

By Christopher Stewart | February 19, 2013

tured at Red Rooster, is everything great about a classic and more. Crisp red romaine lettuce puts a new spin on the regular romaine version, and a smoked vinaigrette add…

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Black and White Sesame Crusted Salmon Recipe

By Linda Wagner | December 22, 2011

rst book The Raw Food Detox Diet. I served mine on top a simple salad made of romaine lettuce, sliced red bell peppers, and thinly sliced cucumbers with lemon vinaigrette…

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Red Rooster

Mother’s Day

By Red Rooster | April 30, 2013

Day with our celebratory brunch specials and prixe fixe menu, featuring a crisp bibb lettuce salad, spiced soft shell crab, and a delectable chocolate strawberry mousse…

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Back to Basics

Back to Basics: Escarole

By Kendall Kish | March 11, 2013

…and fiber. Peak Season: Late fall through winter. Prep: Escarole looks like a head of lettuce, with curly, darker leaves on the outside and lighter on the inside. The out…

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What To Buy

Back to the Roots Aquaponics Kit

By Tawnya Manion | August 8, 2013

udes everything you need to create a small scale aqua farm: one 3-gallon tank, basil, lettuce, and wheatgrass seeds from Seeds of Change, pots that grow the seeds; gravel…

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DinnerSides

Broccolini and Sweet Sesame Salad Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | June 24, 2013

Nobody wants to be the hungry girl at the barbeque. As a vegetarian, this often means munching on a mediocre plate of lettuce that barely has the staying power to fuel s

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