WELCOME TO THE BC AMBROSIA APPLES NEWSLETTER – January 2020
January 2020 – Contest Time! Plus, Recipes to Keep You Warm
#AmbrosiaKitchen Contest on NOW!
How would you like to win a rejuvenating spring getaway to Osoyoos, BC? We’re talking vistas, wineries, fine dining, and spa treatments. You have until March 25, 2020 to enter. If you’re the lucky winner, you’ll win:
Three nights at the Spirit Ridge Resort in Osoyoos,
“Land to Legacy” Wine Tour and lunch at Nk’mip Cellars Winery
Dinner for two at The Bear, The Fish, The Root & The Berry
Access to the Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre
And $500 cash for the spa or whatever you want!
Check out our contest site to find out how you could win this spectacular, Okanagan retreat!
Recipe Video – Ambrosia Apples & Salmon Salad
If you love a traditional bagel with lox and cream cheese, you’re going to love this salad recipe. It features all of the flavours of your favourite bagel bite except the bread has been substituted for super-healthy Ambrosia apples and spinach. Whether you’re on a diet or not, this salad makes a very satisfying meal. Watch how easy it is to make here.
If you’re like most people, you eat everything of an Ambrosia apple except the core. But, are you missing out on important nutrients? We investigated the benefits of eating the core and came up with some surprising results. Will reading this article change the way you eat an Ambrosia apple?
Surprisingly Delicious Rutabaga & Ambrosia Casserole
As celebrated as the Ambrosia apple is, the rutabaga is equally maligned. Whether you call it a swede, turnip or rutabaga, it’s time to change your opinion of this misunderstood vegetable. It’s packed with nutrients and, as it turns out, it’s quite delicious when baked with Ambrosia apples. Suspend judgement on this unassuming vegetable until you try this recipe!
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