This year, we're celebrating National Piña Colada Day with non-alcoholic recipes of this refreshing, summery drink.
July 4th is the unofficial start of summer - parties, fireworks, parades (maybe not in 2020 but usually!), let's try our best to celebrate, social-distancing style, this Independence Day with ohana and friends! Our Classic BBQ Dishes (that just so happen to be Plant-Based!) are perfect no matter how you might be partying it up this Fourth.
Dads are the best! Whether it's your own dad, grandpa, favorite uncle or any other great father figure in your life, these special men deserve the best. You can help by encouraging your favorite papa to cut back or even transition to a plant-based diet. This is can be a challenge and we're here to help!
Get your ingredients ready and #CookWithUs!
This week's Live Cooking Demo featured a irresistably dreamy Creamy Coconut Curry. Curries are just freakin' fantastic. Let us tell you why!
- Curries are inexpensive to make - a few basic pantry items and you're good to go
- Curries LOVE all the random spices, leftover veggies, and beans you have in your kitchen
- Curries are crazy quick - typically 30 minutes or less with prep!
See below for our Live Cooking Demo of the Creamy Coconut Curry and more of our favorite curries
Cooking at home is more important than ever. If you're in need of inspiration, tips, or just a friendly face to cook with, please join our Community Outreach team for our Live Cooking Demos. Follow along as we show you how to make some of your favorite Down to Earth dishes, local favorites, easy meals, and more.
Here's a round-up of some of our tried-and-true recipes for Mother's Day. They range from simple yet fresh to a decadent feast that might require an earlier start. Order all your ingredients ahead of time from our online shop at downtoearth.org or skip the dishes and order a full Family Meal from your favorite Down to Earth on our Deli App.
Not to brag but Down to Earth is pretty popular with Moms!
Down to Earth's new Family Meals offers a wide variety of prepared meals to feed your hungry ohana at home. Family Meals have a mix of entrees and sides to feed four people.
These Easy Air Fryer Brussels Sprouts are subtly sweet, tangy, and so easy to make! Here's how to cook Brussels sprouts in your air fryer:
This recipe is ridiculously easy and so satisfying!
Going plant-based can be intimidating, but if you make food you already know you like, it's not so bad. You can make a plant-based and healthier (but still delicious) version of any food you like!
So why not start with some sticky, sweet and savory BBQ ribs?