By Carol Maki, RDN, CD, Jackson In Action Contributor
Spring in Wisconsin is not always what we want it to be—in two words, it can be long and cold. For a fresh perspective, take note of what’s new in your grocery store produce aisle. You should begin to see new items, such as peas, asparagus, rhubarb and scallions--Just what we need after a long winter of potatoes, carrots and other root vegetables. As the weather warms up we tend to want to eat a bit lighter. Here are a couple recipes that would be great additions to your light spring menu plans.
www.HealthyAperture.com is an excellent location to find delicious spring-time sensations.
RECIPE: Spring Pea and Potato Salad