A whole-grain salad combines the “side of grains, side of vegetables” concept into a single dish, one that complements roasted chicken or stands on its own as a satisfying vegetarian entrée.
This slightly spicy, slightly sweet and very fragrant barbeque sauce is also a great partner with steak, pork, chicken, or duck. Serve with coleslaw with a citrus-based or creamy dressing, or maybe a mango and black bean salad. Fresh berries and cream are ideal for dessert!
Make these crostini as a first course, and keep the grill going for steak or garlic-lemon marinated chicken breasts. Finish off the meal with grilled stone fruit, like peaches or pluots, with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
Why make your own barbecue sauce? This sweet, smoky, spice cherry chipotle barbecue sauce is one mouthwatering reason. Take advantage of in-season fresh cherries and make a double batch of this slightly sweet, slightly spicy sauce.
Whether you’re gearing up for a long bike ride or a weekend trip to the lake, the St. Peter Food Co-op has some great travel items on sale July 4-17. Plan now to avoid the mess and make eating on the road easy, delicious, and nutritious!