RECIPES: Spring Veggies Are Here

RECIPES: Spring Veggies Are Here

There are lots of reasons to anxiously await the coming of spring. For us there’s no better reason than the bounty of gorgeous fruits and veggies Mother Nature bestows on us at this time of year. Delicate ramps, tender and vibrant...

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Sip Soup for Weight Loss

Sip Soup for Weight Loss

January is National Soup Month! When it’s cold outside, we tend to gravitate toward warm, comforting foods like pasta, stews, and the star of the show this month: soup! Low-calorie, high-fiber soups—especially those packed with...

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RECIPES: Lovin’ the Pumpkin

RECIPES: Lovin’ the Pumpkin

You pick your own, you carve it, you clean out the goo and roast the yummy seeds. But what else can your pumpkin do? Turns out pumpkin is one of the healthier things you’ll eat this fall. Packed with antioxidants, Vitamins A and C,...

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RECIPES: How to Make the Perfect Summer Picnic

RECIPES: How to Make the Perfect Summer Picnic

Whether it’s at the beach or a park or your own backyard, there’s nothing better than dining outdoors. Here are some of the best places to lay your blanket on Long Island, along with some excellent tips for staging a terrific...

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RECIPES for a Festive Cinco de Mayo

RECIPES for a Festive Cinco de Mayo

Margaritas, nachos, sombreros…here in the U.S. we make a big party out of this May holiday most of us know very little about. Contrary to what a lot of us think, Cinco de Mayo does NOT celebrate Mexico’s independence from...

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RECIPES: A Vegan Passover

RECIPES: A Vegan Passover

The egg-heavy holiday of Passover (not to mention that pesky lamb shank!) is an opportunity for Vegans to get creative. If you’re also avoiding rice, beans and corn, you have to improvise even more, but that shouldn’t stop you...

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RECIPES: Irish Soda Bread

RECIPES: Irish Soda Bread

Traditional soda bread contains just flour, baking soda, salt and buttermilk. Depending on the baker, you’ll find loads of variations on that theme including brown breads, dessert breads, and the classic Irish-American version with...

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RECIPES: Warming Trends

RECIPES: Warming Trends

What is better on a cold winter day than a steaming, comforting, filling hot bowl of SOUP? The only thing better is a soup made from scratch, and being around to enjoy the warm, savory aromas while it cooks. Let’s clear one thing up...

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This Year, Have a (Protein) Ball!

This Year, Have a (Protein) Ball!

Snacks. You love ‘em and you hate ‘em. But either way, you’re most likely having them. According to one study, some 90 % of adults surveyed admitted to snacking at least once daily; 50% nosh 2-3x/day. But what, exactly, are we noshing on?...

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Vegan Holidays Made Easy

Vegan Holidays Made Easy

For all our vegan friends out there, we’ve got your back this holiday season! We checked in with Alyson, our Assistant Store Manager (and one of Rising Tide’s resident vegans) to see what ingredients she uses to make all the magic happen...

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Tried and True Holiday Recipes

Tried and True Holiday Recipes

Sometimes it’s fun to experiment on the holidays, turning your Thanksgiving menu on its head with a lot of new and exotic dishes. Other times, it’s nice to be able to rely on the gold standard of Thanksgiving classics (or if...

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RECIPE: SPAGHETTI SQUASH WITH MUSHROOMS AND SAGE

RECIPE: SPAGHETTI SQUASH WITH MUSHROOMS AND SAGE

Courtesy of Sylvia Fountaine, Feasting at Home Blog Yield: 2-4 Prep time: 10 minutes Total time: 10 mins. + 50 mins. = 1 hour Ingredients spaghetti squash | 1 small, about 2 lbs. butter | 1 Tbsp olive oil | 2 Tbsp onion | 1/2, chopped...

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