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  • Sure, anyone can make nachos. But these are ULTIMATE nachos, LOADED with goodies. Coriander-steamed chicken heaped on organic tortilla chips, oozing with cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese, refried beans, jalapeños, salsa verde and roja, guacamole, and cilantro.
    30 min


  • Italian Wedding Soup can be made with any greens, meat or starch, but for ours we choose ground Italian sausage, Swiss chard, and potatoes. Minimal ingredients allow this soup to come together quickly. It is a really delicious soup guaranteed for the whole family to love.
    45 min


  • This is an all-time favorite salad that takes advantage of mid-winter delights: salmon, naval oranges and fennel bulbs. Fresh salmon is poached gently in sweet anise star spiced water, and paired with the tang and crunch of fennel, sweet bite of citrus and mint leaves.
    30 min


  • The best thing about stuffed shells is that besides being fun to eat, they easily store in the fridge or freezer for dinner another night. We are leaning on Italian-imported pasta, cheeses, and San Marzano tomatoes so you can enjoy this Little Italy favorite.
    1 hour


  • You may think this soup is served at weddings, however it gets its name from “minestra maritata”, which references the marriage of flavors from the ingredients in the soup. Our vegetarian version contains white beans, potatoes, and Swiss chard.
    45 min


  • If you've never eaten raw before, give this dinner a try. It is delicious, and your body will be like, "Yes!". Perfect during Minnesota's deep freeze, this nutrient-rich, vegan dinner from Renée Loux uses a cashew "cream" sauce, shoyu-marinated mushrooms and zucchini noodles to perform a feat in taste-crobatics.
    30 min


  • Sure, anyone can make nachos. But these are ULTIMATE nachos, LOADED with goodies. Coriander-steamed chicken heaped on organic tortilla chips, oozing with cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese, refried beans, jalapeños, salsa verde and roja, guacamole, and cilantro.
    30 min


  • Italian Wedding Soup can be made with any greens, meat or starch, but for ours we choose ground Italian sausage, Swiss chard, and potatoes. Minimal ingredients allow this soup to come together quickly. It is a really delicious soup guaranteed for the whole family to love.
    45 min


  • This is an all-time favorite salad that takes advantage of mid-winter delights: salmon, naval oranges and fennel bulbs. Fresh salmon is poached gently in sweet anise star spiced water, and paired with the tang and crunch of fennel, sweet bite of citrus and mint leaves.
    30 min


  • The best thing about stuffed shells is that besides being fun to eat, they easily store in the fridge or freezer for dinner another night. We are leaning on Italian-imported pasta, cheeses, and San Marzano tomatoes so you can enjoy this Little Italy favorite.
    1 hour


  • You may think this soup is served at weddings, however it gets its name from “minestra maritata”, which references the marriage of flavors from the ingredients in the soup. Our vegetarian version contains white beans, potatoes, and Swiss chard.
    45 min


  • If you've never eaten raw before, give this dinner a try. It is delicious, and your body will be like, "Yes!". Perfect during Minnesota's deep freeze, this nutrient-rich, vegan dinner from Renée Loux uses a cashew "cream" sauce, shoyu-marinated mushrooms and zucchini noodles to perform a feat in taste-crobatics.
    30 min
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