4 Spring Recipes to Help You Eat Your Greens
Most signs of spring are green in color. From fresh spring vegetables, such as asparagus or spinach, to the first peek of flowers and trees, bearing their heads or leaves after a cold winter, green is the season’s it-color. Why not pay homage to it in recipes, not only with fresh ingredients, but by highlighting the unofficial color of spring as well?
Green Goddess Dip has been around for a while, and the combination of herbs and spices can vary depending on where you first learned how to make it. Our “Greener” Green Goddess Dip is chock-full of fresh herbs and greens, such as arugula, parsley and chives to give it a beautiful green color along with delicious taste.