Culinary Collective.

Eat Well. Feel Good. Live Healthy.

Meals & Recipes.

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We are committed to creating healthy environments for our clients, customers, and team members. At the core of our food standards is a commitment to provide healthy, nutritious foods. Our culinary teams stay apprised of local and national marketplace trends and work in partnership with our registered dietitians to create a delicious and nutritious collection of recipes. The result is an approach that focuses on transparency of ingredients, nutritious food, satisfying portions, and clarity in message so that making healthy choices becomes second nature. This is an approach that everyone can use!

Simplicity in Healthy Choices.

We have created an authentic experience for you to understand how the use of whole ingredients, used in our recipes, leads to healthier outcomes


  • Valuable nutritional philosophy and guidelines
  • Teachable moments with education that ties into food
  • Focus on taste and satisfaction
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Spring clean your diet. Learn about some of our favorite springtime foods.

In season:
apricots, artichokes, fennel, corn, oranges, peas, mango, broccoli, pineapple, jackfruit, strawberries & rhubarb


Take advantage of summer's abundance with these seasonal foods.

Summer produce: cantaloupe, beets, blackberries, eggplant, figs, cherries, blueberries, plums, limes, shallots & raspberries


Flavorful fall, autumn's bumper crop of fruits & vegetables offer a range of intense flavors & substantial textures.

In season:
ginger, cauliflower, cranberries, guava, grapes, pear, pomegranate, pumpkin, turnip. swiss chard &  mushrooms


From hearty root vegetables to bright, sweet citrus, winter produce offers a surprising range of flavors.

Winter guide:
leeks, dates, kale, kiwi, clementines, grapefruit, oranges, tangerines, and buttercup squash


Freekeh Apricot Bowl.

Being idle can lead to some extra snacking that you wouldn’t normally do. Don’t grab the whole bag, box or carton of your snack. Portion out just enough into a separate container to help keep your intake balanced.

Italian Breakfast Burrito.

When relaxing at home, it can be easy to fall into a groove and forget to eat, stretch, and take breaks.

Set alarm to get up and stretch to avoid sitting all day and to give your eyes a rest.

Blueberry Salad.

The benefits of reducing red meat and increasing vegetables are many. This doesn’t mean that carnivores need to “become” vegetarians. Choosing plant-forward meals can be a healthy part of anyone’s diet.


Chickpea Salad Sandwich.

A hearty vegan mashed chickpea salad sandwich, full of protein and fiber, with lots of great texture and flavor.

Arugula Fennel Salad.

The peppery bite of arugula, and the anise accent of fennel come together in this vibrant salad.

Chicken Bean Soup.

This simple yet flavorful soup is a delicious and healthy way to use up leftover chicken and veggies.


Bulgogi Lettuce Wrap.

Beef Lettuce Wraps are unbelievably delicious and exploding with flavor. You won’t be disappointed.

Lemon Pepper Chicken.

A simple 6-ingredient recipe for baked chicken with lemon pepper seasoning is easy and packed with flavor.

Shrimp Asparagus Risotto.

Shrimp and asparagus risotto is creamy and delicious. Elegant and fool-proof, it is worth trying.


Banana Cookies.

These moist and chewy Banana Oatmeal Cookies are hands down the best flavored cookies you’ll have.

Apple Strudel.

This gorgeous strudel has what you crave, thin layers of flaky crust and lots of juicy apples.

Chocolate Avocado Mousse.

Ripe avocado, Dutch processed cocoa powder, agave syrup, vanilla, and almond milk blended to a fluffy creme.

Tips & Tricks.

The key to powering through your day is putting the right foods on your plate. With these tips and tricks, you'll fuel up deliciously, and you'll feel great.

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25 Healthy Ingredients for Healthier Cooking

Need some health and wellness inspiration? Here are some of our favorite ingredients for healthier cooking.

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Healthy Pantry Staples to Always Have On Hand

Want more flavor in your healthy meals? Just add spices to make cooking more delicious, more satisfying and more fun.

Healthy organic energy granola bites with nuts, cacao, banana and honey - vegan vegetarian raw snack or meal

Simple Tricks to Prevent Stress Eating

How hungry are you (really)? Eight ways to ensure that you are staying in touch with your natural hunger cues.

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5 Must Try Tricks

Some of the best kitchen tips and tricks every home chef should know.

Egg Freshness Test

Eggshells are porous, allowing air to slowly get in over time.

Food Safety Basic

In every step of food preparation, follow the four guidlines to keep food safe.

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Make Powdered Sugar

Did you ever feel the urge to bake something amazing just to find out that you don’t have any powdered sugar?

What to Refrigerate

There are always a few ingredients that you are not sure if they need to be placed in the refrigerator.

Cooking Grains

Hopefully these tips on the top five grains will help make your next grain dish a huge success.

Kitchen Safety

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Cooking and baking can be a highly interactive activity—as long as you are safe. Be sure to read these safety tips before you head into the kitchen.