Sweet Potato Latkes with Homemade Applesauce

Sweet Potato Latkes with Homemade Applesauce

This month at Allergic to Salad, we’re celebrating root vegetables of all shapes, sizes, and colors. While produce at the farmer’s market may dwindle as the weather gets colder, sweet potatoes, beets, and celeriac remain, offering heartiness and earthy...
November Educator of the Month: Sharolyne Ramirez

November Educator of the Month: Sharolyne Ramirez

Let’s give a hand for our November Educator of the Month, Sharolyne Ramirez! A nutrition and dietetics major and personal trainer, Sharolyne’s whole life revolves around food and fitness. When she’s not teaching classes with Allergic to Salad, you...
Gabi G’s Pierogies

Gabi G’s Pierogies

This month at Allergic to Salad, we’re focusing on regional culture and cooking. Even though almost nine million people call New York City home, all of us have a unique family heritage that links us to every corner of the globe. Diversity is what makes our city...
Cranberry Upside Down Cornbread Muffins

Cranberry Upside Down Cornbread Muffins

It’s November, which means the holidays are fast approaching! With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, we wanted to share a recipe for one of our favorite side dishes, cranberry upside down cornbread muffins. While many may associate cranberries with Wisconsin,...
Homemade Snack Mix, Salsa + Snacking Tips

Homemade Snack Mix, Salsa + Snacking Tips

If you’re a parent or teacher, you know this to be true: the day of a student is busy, busy, busy! From class to recess to after school activities, there’s always something going on. Learning and playing requires a lot of energy, so it’s important to...
October Educator of the Month: Christine Mahoney

October Educator of the Month: Christine Mahoney

We’d like to congratulate our October Educator of the Month, Christine Mahoney! A food justice warrior, herbalist and birth coach, she’s dedicated her life to helping others heal. A first generation Jamerican (Jamaican-American), Christine is also...
Homemade Applesauce

Homemade Applesauce

It’s finally apple season in New York! Over the past couple of weeks, the first new crops of local apples like Macintosh, Honeycrisp, and Ginger Gold have been popping up at farmer’s markets as the piles of peaches and tomatoes have dwindled. Not sure which apples to...
September Educator of the Month: Kristen Link

September Educator of the Month: Kristen Link

We’d like to congratulate our September Educator of the Month, Kristen Link! A health coach and cooking enthusiast, Kristen is an invaluable member of our team. We love her positive attitude and adamant commitment to the mission of Allergic to Salad. She truly...
Put a Jar of Summer on Your Shelf: Easy Tomato Sauce Prep

Put a Jar of Summer on Your Shelf: Easy Tomato Sauce Prep

It’s August and you are trying to take advantage of summer’s bounty; tomato coffers overflowing! But it’s so hot and traditional tomato canning methods take a lot of time, heat, and can be awfully intimidating. This low-fuss method of “putting up” tomatoes for winter...

Garden Green Sauce

Vegetable Scraps that often get tossed in the garbage can serve as the base for a delicious vegetable broth, carrot top pesto, or even watermelon rind confit. We suggest you get acquainted with the leafy green part of root vegetables and the stem of your cilantro...

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