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Sea Scallops with Brussels Sprouts Salad

Browned Butter Rosemary Scallops with Brussels Sprouts & Tomato Salad

This quick-cooking shellfish is versatile enough for a variety of delicious preparations. In this easily assembled meal, brown butter imbues the scallops with a deep flavor while the Brussels sprouts and tomato-corn salad adds color and freshness. Brown butter is one of those magical yet simple ingredients that seems to enhance the flavor of just about […]

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Healthy Meal Idea: Shrimp and Fairway Mango Salsa Pita Pocket with Mint & Feta

Fresh shrimp from Fairway’s amazing seafood department combined with sweet and tangy Fairway Mango Salsa are the start of a delicious, healthy meal. Combine with fresh, crunchy scallions, locally-grown parsley, mint or cilantro (or a mix!) and crumbled feta and warm, whole wheat pita, and you’ve got a satisfying lunch or dinner with all the […]

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Quick, Easy, Vegetarian: Mushroom, Fairway Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Goat Cheese Tart

Talk about a quick, delicious dinner concept! Take a puff pastry, cover with sautéed mushrooms and succulent Fairway Sun-Dried Tomatoes, top with goat cheese. For extra flavor, you can also add dalops of Fairway Sun-Dried Tomato Olive Tapenade. Now that’s a cheesy, flakey tart, with warm, fresh mushrooms and the depth of flavor that only Fairway’s exclusive […]

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Fresh Fish Dinner: ‘Sole en Papillote’

Summer calls for fresh fish. This sole dish is super quick and easy to cook and includes Fairway’s local, organic cherry tomatoes and plump olives. Serve with a Fairway fresh baguette, and you’ve got yourself a delicious meal. ‘Sole en Papillote’ By @LifesLittleLookBook for Fairway Prep Time: 5 minutes; Cook Time: 8-10 minutes; Serves: 1 filet per […]

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We’re Crazy for New Fairway Quinoa! + 4 Easy Quinoa Recipes to Cook Up Tonight

Quinoa looks like a grain, smells like a grain, and tastes like a grain…but quinoa is actually a vegetable.  A member of the beetroot and spinach family, quinoa is known as a superfood for its high fiber and protein content.  Quinoa is also a vegan’s dream as it is a complete protein and packed with […]

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Make This for Dinner: Steven’s Wife Michelle’s Lentil Soup

This lentil soup is more like a stew than a soup, really. Steven likes to give his bowl of it a slash of an early-harvest monocultivar extra-virgin olive oil of which Fairway imports DOZENS. Here’s the recipe. It’s wildly simple. 

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Switch Up Your Poultry: Cornish Game Hens

I’m a poultry lover. I eat poultry just about every day. It’s a critical source of protein for me, and for so many of the athletes I work with. But I have to say that, without a doubt, my absolute favorite type of poultry is the Cornish hen, and I have to tell you why.

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Lamb: Oh So Good and Good For You

Anthony Hopkins said about lamb in the movie “Meet Joe Black,” “…not as chewy as roast beef, not as boring as chicken.” Boy, was he right. When you’re getting tired of chicken and it seems too bland, yet red meat seems like too strong a taste, lamb will save the day. Lamb is a wonderful […]

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Go Fish! The Scoop on Mercury and Why Fish is a Good Choice

I love eating fish. Of course you probably wouldn’t know that given all the flack I took  for pulling Jeremy Piven from his smash hit David Mamet Broadway play “Speed the Plow”. Piven was under my care for fatigue and difficulty concentrating. Blood work revealed toxic levels of mercury in his system. The mercury was probably due […]

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Romantic Dinner

Farm-to-Fairway Valentine’s Day Dinner

As part of our Farm to Fairway series with NBC and LX.TV, Fairway Chef de Cuisine Mitchel London and I were tasked with sourcing the key ingredients for a Valentine’s Day dinner. So we headed to the West Coast in search of loin of lamb, heirloom navel oranges, and Meyer lemons. Mitchel has a long […]

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