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Pre-heat oven to 400F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Place carrots in a bowl- drizzle carrots with olive oil, balsamic vinegar & honey, tossing to coat. Spread carrots on parchment lined baking sheet and sprinkle carrots with sea salt. Roast carrots for 20-25 minutes (depending on size) stirring occasionally until evenly browned & tender. *Often times, carrots from the farmers...

Eating fresh, whole foods is a great way to improve your health and wellness. When you eat with the seasons, like our produce box members do, you’re also getting produce at its highest nutrient density of the year. It’s only natural that when tomatoes are in season, they are better tasting and better for you than in their off season. Seasonal eating...

Getting to the Root of Healthy Teeth By Dr. Alex Sharp, Sharp Family Dentistry   Full disclosure: I’m a dentist by trade.  I work on teeth 40 hours a week, and let me tell you: most people’s diets aren’t doing their teeth any favors.   According to the American Dental Association, as of 2015, tooth decay is the most common chronic disease state...

Bok Choy is a delicious Chinese cabbage that Clark Farms, Something to Eat Farm and 5 Acre Farm love to grow! There a countless ways to cook it -- get some inspiration from Organic Life’s 12 Crazy Good Ways to Cook Bok Choy or try our simple favorite...

INGREDIENTS olive oil honey diced sweets potatoes fresh chopped rosemary salt and pepper to taste INSTRUCTIONS Step 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a baking sheet with foil or parchment paper. Step 2. Mix the olive oil, honey, rosemary, salt, and black pepper together in a large bowl, and stir the sweet potato cubes in the mixture to coat. Remove sweet potato cubes...

The Arkansas spring weather is perfect for growing the leafy greens that we will be lucky to have come the heat of the summer. Enjoy that kale and New South's signature spring mix with this yummy green garlic salad dressing! This recipe from She Knows blog will be one you write in the margins of your favorite cookbooks. It's simple and...

Mustard Greens - are packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and protective phytonutrients, yet because of their slimming calorie count, their nutrition-to-calorie ratio makes them one of the most nutrient-dense and beneficial foods on the planet. Mustard greens are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, and potassium. One cup of cooked mustard greens contains just 21 calories! Storing Mustard Greens Storing your greens in containers...

Black radish is different than traditional spring radishes, which are pink or purple, in that their skin is (obviously) black. They're also larger in diameter than traditional ones, ranging from 3 to 4 inches. Their flavor is more pungent, too, and their texture is a bit tougher. When peeled, their flesh is white and drier than that of other radishes....