True Food Kitchen prepares heart-healthy dishes

Executive Chef Shane Cox from True Food Kitchen prepares some heart healthy dishes.


Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad
Serves 6

1 box Red Inca Brand Red Quinoa
3 lemons Juiced
4 TB Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 tsp salt (optional)
1 tsp red chili flakes
6 oz Arugula Leaves
4 TB Pomegranate Seeds
1 cup roasted peeled and diced beets
2 cloves garlic smashed through a garlic press
½ cup chopped parsley
1/3 cup chopped mint
1/3 cup chopped green onion

For this recipe cook the quinoa as directed on the box until tender and fluffy.  Allow the Quinoa to cool completely before assembling the salad. 

Add the garlic, lemon juice, salt, Olive Oil, chili flakes along with all the chopped herbs.  You can taste it at this point and add more lemon, or garlic if you like.  Toss in the roasted beets and arugula leaves.  

Once you have added the arugula it is important to serve it as soon as possible.

Pan Seared Sea Bass
Ingredients:
Sea Bass 5 ½ oz
Kosher Salt ½ tsp
Grapeseed Oil 2 tsp
Purple Potatoes (roasted) ½ cup
Brussels Sprouts (roasted) ¼ cup
Mushroom Blend (roasted) ¼ cup
Wok Aromatics 1 tsp
Umami Sauce 2 tbsp
Scallions (julienned) 1 tsp

1. Season the sea bass with salt on both sides.
2. In a hot saute pan add half of the oil and sear the fish, place in oven to roast.
3. In hot pan saute potatoes, brussels sprouts, mushrooms and aromatics, tossing to cook evenly.
4. Once bass is done remove it from the oven and flip.
5. Fish should be golden brown but not over crisp.
6. Place cooked vegetable in center of plate, top with cooked Sea Bass.
7. Drizzle fish and vegetables with umami sauce.
8. Top with scallions.

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"2012 Heart Ball Targets Research, Education, and Elimination of Cardiovascular Diseases
Phoenix, May 15, 2012 --- The 2012 Heart Ball commemorates fifty-three years as the premier annual fundraiser and social event to benefit the American Heart Association on November 17, 2012 at The Phoenician Resort & Spa.

The focus of this year's gala is the critical need for research and education to help eradicate cardiovascular disease.  Mrs. Lynne Love, community leader, author and 2012 Heart Ball Chairman has chosen the theme "Put a Little Love in Your Heart."  Her platform honors AHA-funded cardiovascular disease researchers and Heart Ball patrons who've generously funded projects, including educational outreach in Phoenix.  "Because of the ongoing commitment of Heart Ball's most gracious supporters, we're honored to have a facility like the Halle Heart Children's Museum educating Arizona's most vulnerable children on obesity, heart disease prevention, and how to make healthy lifestyle choices.  It's the only hands-on educational museum of its kind in the nation," said Mrs. Love.

The 2012 Heart Ball Committee is comprised of more than 100 Valley women who are dedicated, talented leaders in both philanthropy and business.  Together, the women are committed to the fight against cardiovascular disease and the creation of cardiovascular wellness.

Here in Arizona, the leading cause of death is heart disease, which accounted for 10,151 or 22.5 percent of all deaths in 2009. Stroke and cerebrovascular diseases, accounted for 2,010 deaths in 2009.

The Heart Ball 2012 Executive Committee includes, Lynne Love-Heart Ball Chairman, Lisa and Alfredo Molina-Honorary Chairman, Linda Pope-Sweetheart,
Lisa Shapiro-Vice Chairman, Shannon Barthelemy-Vice Chairman, and Susan Doria-2013 Chairman-Elect.  For more information, visit     www.phoenixheartball.org  "   .

"About the American Heart Association's Greater Phoenix Division
The American Heart Association is devoted to saving people from heart disease and stroke - America's No. 1 and No. 4 killers. In the Greater Phoenix Division, we team with more than 17,000 volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat these diseases.
To learn more or to get involved, call (602) 414-5353 or visit heart.org ."
 

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