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Fresh Brothers: Pizza, Salad, and More

April 23, 2014 4:03 pm

When you're craving a tasty pizza with all your favorite toppings, Fresh Brothers is a great place place to go. But pizza isn’t all that’s happening here, they’ve also got a popular build-your-own salad option that lets you get plenty of healthy, fresh greens and veggies. You can also create your own pizza from a huge roster of ingredients.

Specialty pizzas on the Fresh Brothers menu include the Fresh Momma’s Favorite with spinach, garlic, mushrooms, pesto & tomato sauce. Add on chicken and you’ve got a delectable pie that satisfies. The Just For Kids menu gives the little ones plenty of tasty options, and the Family Meal menu lets you score a pizza, salad and wings at a bargain price!

Fresh Brothers
4722 1/2 Admiralty Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
(310) 823-3800

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5 Spring Vegetables and How to Choose Them

April 16, 2014 4:04 pm

Lots of things are in bloom in the springtime, including a number of nutritious vegetables. It can be difficult to decide what to purchase when you’re faced with the overwhelming possibilities in the produce aisle, however, and it helps to go in with a plan for what to look for. Here are a few veggies that are in season in the spring.

1. Artichokes. Look for artichokes with tight, firm leaves that are deep green in color. Be sure to avoid ones with black spots, because this means they’re old and already rotting.

2. Asparagus. The thickness of the asparagus doesn’t matter, but you’ll need to check if it’s bright green and firm. Avoid bunches that are drooping or peeling.

3. Peas. Whether you’re looking for snow, sugar, or snap peas, you want to choose pods that are almost translucent.

4. Spinach. Spinach is one of the most nutrient-rich vegetables, but you should choose only fresh leaves to maximize its health benefits. Look for bunches that are darkly colored with no signs of yellowing or breaking.

5. Rhubarb. This isn’t the most common vegetable, but rhubarb is delicious in a number of sweet dishes from pies to cobblers. Avoid limp stalks and seek out ones that are deep red in color.

Spring Clean Your Diet [Cooking Light]
Spring’s Best Fruits and Vegetables [Real Simple]

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Easter Office Closure

April 15, 2014 10:52 pm

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