Healthy Eating…from Farm to Table

A happy and healthy holiday season…that is what Perrine’s Produce wishes for you! And what better way to get it than by observing “farm to table” practices. Everything about “farm to table” food fruits and vegetables is better than items that are not locally grown. First of all, local food is often much more nutritious than shipped foods. Shipped fruits …

Do You Know the Difference Between Organic and Non-Organic Produce?

Organic produce was born, basically, out of consumer demand to ingest fresher and unprocessed foods. Organic produce is created through organic farming, and while standards can differ, for the most part, organic means this – no synthetic pesticides or chemical fertilizers are allowed. Organic farming also facilitates practices that foster the cycling of resources and promote ecological balance as well …

Chad’s Juicy Filet Mignon

Chad’s Juicy Filet Mignon By: Jenn M. Directions:Chad’s Filet Mignon: Coat 2 filets generously in salt and pepper. Finely chop up 3-4 cloves of fresh garlic. In a cast iron skillet, melt 3-4 tbsps butter. Place the chopped garlic in the skillet along with ½ tbsp dried thyme. Cook for about 1 minute. Place the seasoned filets in the hot …

Marci’s Pressure Cooker Rice

Marci’s Pressure Cooker Rice By: Marci M. Directions: Using sauté mode, sauté chopped onions, peppers, mushrooms, vegetables in olive oil (use whatever you like in your rice)…add 1 cup of rinsed rice of your choice (I prefer basmati) and 1 cup of broth…put lid on your pressure cooker and cook 3 minutes…leave alone 10 minutes in pot for natural release…after …

Dallas’ Dump Rice

Dallas’ Dump Rice By: Bruce C. Ingredients: 1 green pepper 1 red pepper 2 yellow onions 2 redskin potatoes 4 cloves of garlic 2 cans Rotel tomatoes 1 lb ground chuck 2 cups yellow rice 2 bay leaves All Ingredients are Diced Directions: Cook Rice Sauté all vegetables until soft and remove from pan Cook ground chuck and drain fat …