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    This is my twist of a Modern American Classic -- taking it back to the Far East -- Korea. You can easily transform this into a Vegan recipe by substituting vegetable stock for Chicken Stock, and using your choice of vegan sausage in the garnish. Note: Requires Korean Specialty Ingredients: • Hot pepper paste -- Gochujang 고추장 • Soybean paste -- Doenjang 된장 • King Oyster Mushroom – 새송이 버섯 • Korean style sesame oil -- Chamgireum 참기름

    Recipe #519072

    Don't Fear the Red! Beets are a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Betanin and vulgaxanthin are the two best-studied betalains from beets, and both have been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification support. The detox support provided by betalains includes support of some especially important Phase 2 detox steps involving glutathione. Although you can see these betalain pigments in other foods (like the stems of chard or rhubarb), the concentration of betalains in the peel and flesh of beets gives you an unexpectedly great opportunity for these health benefits.

    Recipe #519058

    Don't Fear the Red! Beets are a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Betanin and vulgaxanthin are the two best-studied betalains from beets, and both have been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification support. The detox support provided by betalains includes support of some especially important Phase 2 detox steps involving glutathione. Although you can see these betalain pigments in other foods (like the stems of chard or rhubarb), the concentration of betalains in the peel and flesh of beets gives you an unexpectedly great opportunity for these health benefits. Americans get way too little fruit and veggies. Smoothies are a great way to pack your diet with healing nutrients and healthful fiber.

    Recipe #519057

    This has got to be the best halibut recipe ever! You will notice that the sodium and sugar nutritional values for this recipe are high. Don't worry -- this program does not accurately represent nutritional data for foods that are brined.

    Recipe #519032

    This is my go-to nutrient dense powerhouse smoothie.

    Recipe #518993

    This is my healthier twist to a Mediterranean classic. If you're trying to limit your carbs this tasty and fairly simple recipe will fit the bill. Though this recipe takes about as long to make as the traditional recipe with Arborio rice, the results are pretty amazing! Try serving with Grilled fish and Cal's Romesco -- http://www.food.com/recipe/cals-romesco-393119

    Recipe #518896

    Adding a bit of green to your breakfast fruit smoothie adds a nice nutrient punch. Remember with this recipe that Fresh will always give you the best Nutritional bang for your buck. There are so many combinations, be creative -- give it a try!

    Recipe #515974

    This smoothie will help get your morning off to a great start!

    Recipe #515958

    This recipe is nice as a stand alone snack or as an addition to many meze plates

    Recipe #473387

    With flavors of the Moroccan side of the Mediterranean, this spiced chicken dish is sure to please your guests with discriminating tastes.

    Recipe #471958

    This soup is one of my perennial favorite comfort foods and always garners rave reviews at Cafe YK

    Recipe #452394

    When prepared properly, this South American grain is versital and tasty. Quinoa can be used to compliment many meals and used as an ingredient in an abundance of recipes from salads, to rice substitutes. Quinoa is one of the healthiest of grains, high in protien and low in carbohydrates; perfect for a diabetic diet.

    Recipe #452280

    Chimichurri is a staple on my Cafe YK menu. The combination of acidity and fresh herbs meld well with fresh Alaskan Halibut.

    Recipe #452275

    Chimichurri is a popular Argentinian green sauce that may also be used as a marinade for grilled meat and seafood. At Cafe YK we will use this delightful sauce for grilled halibut and chicken.

    Recipe #452256

    Sous Vide style is the absolute best way to create the perfect steak, especially when using lower priced cuts of beef. Steak start off cooking in the immersion circulator set to the perfect temperature for your desired level of doneness (125°F for medium rare), then finished off on a sizzling grill for the finishing look and taste of perfection! Caution: This recipe may not be suitable for most home culinarians. Requires specialty equipment: Immersion Circulator, Vacuum Sealer, and vacuum pouches. This recipe was created by Executive Chef Michael Callahan for the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Regional Hospital for our Alaska Native (Yupic Eskimo) Patients. Please feel free to share this recipe with credit given.

    Recipe #450966

    This recipe was created by Executive Chef Michael Callahan for the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Regional Hospital for our Alaska Native (Yupic Eskimo) Patients. We substitute Elk or Wild Caribou whenever available. Please feel free to share this recipe with credit given.

    Recipe #450960

    This recipe was created by Executive Chef Michael Callahan for the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Regional Hospital for our Alaska Native (Yupic Eskimo) Patients. We substitute Wild Caribou whenever available. Please feel free to share this recipe with credit given.

    Recipe #450955

    This recipe was created by Executive Chef Michael Callahan for the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Regional Hospital for our Alaska Native (Yupic Eskimo) Patients. When available we substitute wild Caribou for the elk. Please feel free to share this recipe with credit given.

    Recipe #450953

    I make this stew with “London Broil” for use in my hospital kitchen due to its lower fat content. At home, or in other settings I’ll use a boneless Chuck roast – fat is flavor! This recipe may seem similar to others on RecipeZaar, however, roasting the tomatoes and onions as indicated below add a unique layer of flavor.

    Recipe #421167

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