Joanna K. Chodorowska, a personal and sports nutrition coach, says that this is her go-to recipe. She'll add a clove of garlic in the winter to boost the immune system ("usually knocks out anything I have!"), celery in the summer to hydrate, and a pear (one of fall's best ingredients) instead of an apple to change things up. "But what I have... is the base of my juicing drink," says Chodorowska. You can update this juice recipe for any season. 
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This macaroni salad is perfect for people who want a lighter, fresher salad that showcases summer produce. 
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Red Shakshuka
Even though it's egg-centric, shakshuka is a great dish to serve for breakfast, lunch or dinner. If serving for breakfast and you want to prep the night before, make the tomato mixture and refrigerate. When ready to serve, heat in a large skillet before layering on Swiss chard and cracking the eggs on top.Recipe from chef Einat Admony and courtesy of Handsome Brook Farms.
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Chilaquiles Breakfast Skillet
Chilaquiles is the only acceptable way to basically have nachos for breakfast. This traditional Mexican breakfast dish will be your favorite way to start the day. Just combine eggs, tomatillo salsa, tortilla chips, fresh avocado, and cilantro for our take on this classic dish.
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smoothie
There are many reasons to drink a smoothie, like as a nutritious breakfast or a healthy afternoon snack. But Mike Stevenson, head brewer at Culver Beer Company, created this recipe as his hangover cure. Fresh greens benefit from the caffeine kick of yerba mate -- if you can stand the sound of the blender in the morning.
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White pizza topped with plenty of garlic and ricotta cheese is as fun to make as it is delicious.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Orzo with Caramelized Vegetables recipe - The Daily Meal
There are few pastas more satisfying than orzo, with its plump, chewy grains so much like rice, but on a grander scale and more tender. But it's often overlooked even by convenience-minded cooks, which is silly, given how fast it can be to prepare. One of my favorite ways to eat it is with caramelized onions, garlic, mushrooms and sweet potato. —Faith Durand, TheKitchn.comThis recipe is by Faith Durand and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Healthy Homemade Calzones recipe - The Daily Meal
A calzone is a big old pocket filled with everything you like in a pizza. They're really easy to make and they're a great place to 'hide' veggies from your family. Any in-season vegetables work well in a calzone—experiment and enjoy!This recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Eggs and Greens Breakfast Skillet
Spicy arugula, hearty spinach, and rainbow chard are sautéed until tender with spring garlic, and then topped with sunny side-up eggs. Serve with toast to sop up the creamy egg yolks.
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Colcannon
Don’t miss out on this comforting potato side dish at your St Paddy’s day feast.This recipe is courtesy of Simply Recipes.
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Tomato-Bean Soup With Pasta recipe - The Daily Meal
This hearty soup is made with acini di pepe, the "peppercorn" pasta. The pasta pieces are "tiny and rice shaped," according to "The New Food Lover's Companion." You can substitute other similarly-sized pasta, if you like. Serve this soup with a green salad with Italian dressing and crusty bread and butter.This recipe is by Renee Enna, a writer with the Chicago Tribune. It was featured in the "Dinner Tonight" column published in the newspaper's Good Eating section on January 2, 2002.
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