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March 10, 2017 Kitchen Talk: It's not easy being green
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By Chef Jeremy MacLachlan

I have been green with envy when I look at dudes with ripped abs or when I have had one too many while celebrating St. Patrick's Day. As Kermit the Frog says, "It's not easy being green ... but green's the color of spring." So in many ways being green is awesome! This month it is time for us to celebrate the green in our life. When the leaves on my beautiful 100-foot tulip tree in my backyard start to bud, I know that spring is on its way and green is coming. Eating green can help your health in so many ways as explained by the vivacious Kathy Kingen in her blog, Go Green, Sustain Yourself.

My favorite vegetables in the entire world are green. I love fava beans, English peas and artichokes. This month I want to give you one of my favorite pea and Dungeness crab salad recipes. The sweetness of the Dungeness crab balances nicely with earthy sweet peas, and then we add a little citrus to push this dish to greatness.

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Pea and Dungeness Crab Salad

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