Banana Squash are low calorie squash that's a great
source of vitamin A & C.
Eat your Brussel Sprouts they have all the good stuff!
Vitamin B1, Riboflavin, Niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin D,
vitamin K, Pantothenic Acid
Brussel Sprouts are also a great source of Protein, Fiber,
Calcium, Iron and Potassium.
Fingerling potatoes with the skin provides vitamin C, potassium,
And a bit of these essentials: thiamin, riboflavin,
folate, niacin, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc.
The fiber content of a fingerling potato with skin (2 g),
is equal to that of many whole grain breads, pasta, and cereals.
Broccoli is a rich source of has vitamin A, vitamin C,
vitamin K, vitamin B9 (folic acid)
Roasted Pork Tenderloin
sundried tomatoes, brussel sprouts and variety of mushrooms
in a fire roasted tomato broth
served with lentils & barley
Spinach Salad with Slow Roasted Chicken Breast
macadamia nuts, julienne carrots, cranberries, apricots and
Side of Balsamic & Agave Vinaigrette
Corporate Lunch for 40+
Blackened Chicken Salad
with goat cheese, avocado, sundried tomatoes, julienne
carrots, fresh tomatoes
Side of Red Wine Vinaigrette
Wild Mahi Mahi
roasted spanish onions with fennil, oyster mushrooms and
kalamata olives in a Thai red curry sauce with hawaiian mango
Served with fingerling potatoes and carrots
Lunch or Dinner
Wild Salmon Cakes
with olive and roasted pepper tapenade served with
quinoa and sauteed kale