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Recipes from the Breakroom

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    DYP® Mussel Stew

    March 2024
    Here’s a warming shellfish stew recipe submitted by Melissa’s in-house Nutritionist, Natalie Rodriquez.
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  • Image of Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Nectarine Chutney
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    Ingredient Challenge: Nectarines

    July 2011
    July’s featured recipe is truly an editable midsummer night’s dream turned into delicious reality by Don Shank, chef/owner of the Rhododendron Café located on scenic Chuckanut Drive, near the small town of Bow in Washington State.
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  • Image of Spinach Ricotta Bread Pudding
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    Ingredient Challenge: Fresh Spinach

    June 2011
    Gretchen Allison, chef/owner of Duck Soup Inn on San Juan Island in Washington State, lists her wonderfully rich Warm Spinach and Ricotta Bread Pudding in the Appetizer section of the restaurant’s menu.
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  • Image of Grilled Summer Veggie Stack
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    Chef Miki Hackney

    August 2009
    Here’s a summer grilling recipe that is guaranteed to please the dietary requirements of vegetarians as well as the more carnivorous guests at your barbeque table.
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  • Image of Halibut Cheeks with Lemon Artichoke Risotto (Serves Two)
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    Guest Chef Benjamin Udave

    July 2009
    This month’s featured recipe demonstrates that simplicity in ingredients and preparation can produce the rich flavors of an all day simmer, though it takes only a few hours and some well matched fresh components to make.
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  • Image of Sauteed John Dory with Edamame Succotash
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    Chef Wes Kendrick

    February 2009
    February’s Guest Chef Wes Kendrick, of Table 34 Restaurant in Las Vegas, submits a great twist on a recipe that can be traced to a small tribe of American Indians who occupied the rich shoreline and coastal islands of what is now the eastern tip of Rhode Island.
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