With spring just around the corner, but snow still falling, it is the final stretch to making home cooked winter meals. In addition, with warmer days that lie ahead, it is important to eat healthy meals to feel good as we start peeling off the layers. Our talented chefs have created delicious, yet healthy comfort food to keep us smiling through the last few weeks of cold weather! 


Below are some simple and easy steps to follow in order to make these nutritious meals:


Chicken Quinoa Noodle Soup

32oz Chicken Stock

12oz Gluten Free Quinoa Rotini

16oz Diced Chicken Breast

16oz Spanish Onion, Diced

8oz Carrots, Diced

4oz Celery, Diced

4oz Fennel, Diced

1oz Fresh Thyme

1oz Fresh Parsley

1T Black Peppercorns

3ea Fresh Bay Leaf


Brown the chicken breast in a large saucepot. Once fully cooked, remove from pot and reserve.  Add all vegetables and sweat until tender.  In a separate pot, bring 32oz of water to a boil.  Cook off the pasta, and reserve.  Add the chicken stock to the vegetables, and a sachet of thyme, parsley stems, bay leaf, and black peppercorns.  Simmer for 15 minutes, and then add the chicken, pasta, and freshly chopped parsley.




Mashed Cauliflower as a substitute for mashed potatoes


2 Heads White Cauliflower

4oz Skim Milk

1oz Butter

2oz Parmesan

Kosher Salt

Freshly Ground Black Pepper


Separate the florets from  the cauliflower and dice up the stalks.  Take half of the florets and caramelize them in olive oil in a heavy bottomed pan until cooked through.  Put the remaining cauliflower in a saucepot, cover with cold water, and bring to a boil.  Once tender, remove the water and add a high speed blender.  Add just enough milk, and butter to get the mixture spinning, and puree on high for several minutes.  Fold in the caramelized cauliflower, parmesan, salt, and pepper.




Creamless Tomato Soup


32 oz Canned Peeled Whole San Marzano Tomatoes

8oz Fennel

8oz Roma Tomato Scrap

8oz Spanish Onion

2oz Garlic

16oz Vegetable Stock

4oz Basil


Sweat the fennel, onion, and garlic.  Add the tomatoes, and vegetable stack and bring to a boil.  Reduce heat to a simmer and cook for at least 20 minutes.  Transfer the tomato mixture and basil into a high speed blender and puree until smooth.  Pass through a fine mesh sieve, and serve. 


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