We loved having KHOU out at the farm to film this segment for Great Day Houston! Chef Erin O’Leary Stewart of DEFINE Foods prepared 5 healthy holiday dishes you can make and enjoy with your family. All of which are now up on our recipes page!
If you want to see the clip, you can watch it here.
Then head over to see the recipes and get cooking!
Erin O’Leary Stewart, co-owner of DEFINE body and mind, a wellness community that takes a holistic lifestyle approach to reach physical and inner strength goals. Erin created DEFINE foods, a place where mindful eating and whole body health connect. This busy working Mom of a two-year-old will be teaching, inspiring and empowering us to eat healthier with her daily VegOut! posts throughout October as she chronicles Liam’s Lunches on her Instagram feed. Erin will also be cooking at the October 7 Chefs in the Field supper at Hope Farms.
It’s that time of year again – backpacks and school supplies are purchased, and morning rushes onto buses or into carpools reign chaotic during the week. Often, as the year gets busier, we find it hard to keep on track with healthy eating. The last thing we want to do after driving the kids all over town after school or battling over homework is to spend extra time cooking a healthy dinner from scratch. Never mind planning a healthy lunchbox for the next day! We know where you’re coming from, and we want to help.
October is also Farm to School month, so we’ll be sharing tips on ways to incorporate farmer’s market outings with the healthy foods you and your kids are eating at home!
Join us on your own, as a team, or with your school/company/friends/family for this monthlong challenge celebrating the fall abundance!
We are so proud of our enduring partnership with the Houston Food Bank. This dynamic organization feeds 800,000 hungry people each year by distributing food through nearly 600 hunger relief agencies in 18 southeast Texas counties. We share a common goal of nourishing our community and teaching the basics of smart food choices. No wonder,we got such a huge kick whenthe folks at the Houston Food Bank enthusiastically joined in our 2015 VegOut! Challenge,encouragingnot just their staff, but their volunteers and all their clients to participate, too.While we gear up for VegOut! 2016 at Houston Food Bank, read more about how we knocked it out of the park last year. Continue reading…
Answering age-old, often mind-boggling questions like “what’s for dinner?” and “what’s a good restaurant?” just got easier, thanks to the Flavour app. Make room on your phone if you have to – this one’s different than most restaurant apps!
Flavour is the app that connects with chefs, local experts, and notable publications to provide a curated experience that best represents a city’s food scene. Flavour distills all of this information with ease as you set out on your adventures. The app currently lists more than 3,200 restaurants in Austin, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco. You can even request an Uber ride through the app.
We love that this elegant and innovative app utilizes the truly expert knowledge of local chefs, who share their picks, including only their favorites, no fluff. We also love the simple-to-navigate Flavour app, because chefs – the heroes that have been so essential to Recipe for Success Foundation – are major contributors to the content. These talented ambassadors for our city are the same types of folks who serve fine meals by night and then volunteer to show up at elementary schools by day to inspire kids to cook with vegetables, instilling a love for eating well in students across our city (and nationwide). Continue reading…
Let's check #Zucchini off as our 31st veg! Though there are many veg we love that we haven't mentioned for #vegout2021, we hope you have had fun with us, discovered new veg & expanded your menus to a half plate of veggies with every meal. It's the fastest path to health!
We saved green beans for day 30 of #vegout2021 With dozens of cultivars, from broad, meaty Roma to thin, delicate French filet beans, pods can be round or flat, and come in multiple colors: green, purple, yellow, or mottled, so they don't have to be a predictable choice.