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American Peak Seasonal Food List - April
Spring has sprung finally across the United States, with most of the previous dormant states seeing peak seasonal produce. So, stop using the canned goods now and make something fresh!

Light & Healthy Southwestern Coleslaw Recipe
Are you looking for a lighter, healthier slaw version? If so, you have to try my Light & Healthy Southwestern Coleslaw recipe. It's packed with fresh ingredients, a light vinaigrette with a little hint of of the southwest. This easy to make slaw is mildly spicy, crunchy, flavorful and low cal!

American Peak Seasonal Food List - March
March is now starting to show growth in some of those dormant states of the Midwest and the Southern states. Check out your region to find your peak seasons ingredients on my food list and make the most of fresh produce.

Healthy Shrimp and Chicken Salad Recipe
If you've ever visited California then you will understand that the state has a reputation for simple, bright and fresh cuisine. When you couple shrimp and chicken along with a salad, you have a healthy recipe that is protein rich and low in fat. This is a great salad for either lunch or dinner.

American Peak Seasonal Produce List - February
Across America right now, there are still lots of seasonal dormant states. Luckily, towards the end of March and beginning of April, we should start to see ingredients emerging in their peak state. Stay warm and cozy until then folks!

Roasted Redneck Caviar Salad Recipe
If you're looking for a quick and easy salad to throw together for unexpected guests, a potluck or church function, then you have to make this Redneck Caviar Salad recipe. This doesn't contain fish eggs (caviar), just a wonderful combination of ingredients made two ways, no-cook or roasted!

Unadulterated Lump Crab Cake Recipe
Have you ever purchased crab cakes, only to find that they are full of mush and fillers? Where on earth is the crab? My Unadulterated Lump Crab Cake recipe is inspired by the traditional Baltimore crab cake. They are packed with lump crab meat and I guarantee, people will beg you for more!

Healthy Southwestern Chicken Chili Stew Recipe
Are you looking for comfort food that you can feel guiltless about? My Healthy Southwestern Chicken Chili recipe is low calorie, low carb and packed full of fat burning ingredients and nutrition, that you can eat a big bowl of this and feel good about yourself - without the guilt!

American Peak Seasonal Food List - January
Check out the "Peak" of the crops for your region for January. At the moment, there are many states who will not have peak offerings due to the winter climate. However, you will still have access to seasonal produce. Ask your grocer what's best to eat right now in your state!

Pasta Fazool (Fagioli) Soup Recipe
If you love broth-based soups you just have to add this Italian-inspired soup to your repertoire. Easy-to-make and vegetarian-friendly - this broth-based tomato, bean and pasta soup makes you feel all cozy inside! Also, check out my handy dandy tip for no more soggy pasta soups!

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