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Healthy Snacks for Kids (and Adults)

Now that the school year is in full swing, schedules are hectic and parents are struggling to find easy snacks for after school, a pre-practice boost, or while running around in the car. Don’t turn to nutrient-lacking, processed foods. Instead, try these healthy and...

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Why The Pickled Beet?

We know you have a ton of choices in Miami when it comes to putting meals on the table for your family. We want to tell you why The Pickled Beet is your best choice. Quite simply, we ARE the best. That’s a bold claim, but we can back it up.  ACCOLADES For the third...

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Back to School Food Safety

Yup, it’s that time of year. But The Pickled Beet is here to help.  If you have kids, it’s that time of year for you: adjusting to new schedules, changing bedtimes, and another year of adventure. It’s the end of summer—that carefree, improvisational romp through...

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13 Questions with Chef Liz

This month marks 13 years in business and to celebrate this landmark, we sat down with Chef Liz, Executive Chef and Owner of The Pickled Beet to ask her 13 questions: 1) What’s your earliest food memory? Hmmm, that’s hard, there are so many. I grew up in an...

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Grilled Grouper with Mango Salsa Recipe

We’re taking advantage of Florida’s abundant mango crop with this yummolicious Grilled Grouper with Mango Salsa. Cold, sweet mango mingles with spicy jalapeno for a sweet/heat palate pleaser. Best of all, you don’t have to heat up YOUR kitchen to enjoy it. With our...

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Chana Masala Recipe

This flavorful Indian curry made of chickpeas in a spicy tomato sauce was a big hit at a recent event we attended. We've had so many requests for the recipe that we decided to share it here for everyone. Enjoy! Ingredients:2 tablespoons olive oil2-3 garlic cloves,...

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BBQ Ribs Recipe

Succulent ribs coated with a tasty rub, slow-braised in the oven, finished on the grill, and served with a homemade glaze. Our Favorite Baby Back Ribs Ingredients:4 1/2 pounds baby back ribskosher salt6 tablespoons rib rub (recipe below)4 ounces orange juice4 ounces...

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Making the Most of Living With Celiac Disease

Sorting Out The Facts About The Disease, Its Symptoms, And How To Eat Out Safely With May being Celiac Disease Awareness Month, there’s no better time to take an in-depth look at this condition. So, just what is celiac disease, how does it differ from wheat allergy,...

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The Dirty Dozen

Giving Pesticides A Starring Role On Your Plate? Know Which Fruits And Veggies Are A-Listers and Which Are Duds. If you’re old enough, you might remember The Dirty Dozen, a classic war movie about an army commander assigned 12 hardened cons (bad) who become heroes...

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Well Fed and Starving, An American Tale

We tend to think that only emaciated people are malnourished. We’ve all seen the images on TV. Thin, wisps of people in a far-flung developing nation struggling to survive. To be sure, emaciated individuals are severely lacking in nutrients, but nearly 31 percent of...

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