Are you itching to get outside, dying to shed your sweater, and aching for warm weather? Sounds like you’ve got spring fever! Well don’t break out in hives, cure yourself with seasonal spring recipes featuring artichokes, peas, asparagus, apricots, and chives!


Strawberries are natural aphrodisiacs. They are not only tasty, but also rich in vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and folic acid. Delight your taste buds with our strawberry recipes.


There are more than 60 varieties of basil, including sweet, purple-leaved, lemon, and cinnamon. With all these choices, it’s easy to add basil to your menu. Try these delicious recipes featuring basil.


Looking for a veggie aphrodisiac with a lot of heart? Look no further than artichokes to add romance to any recipe. Low in saturated fat and high in dietary fiber and Vitamin C and K, artichokes are good for you and good for your love life. Heat up a spring fling with one of these recipes.


Looking for a legume that’s sweet and snappy? Then give peas a chance. Like all legumes, peas are low fat and packed with protein and fiber. Enjoy these peasful recipes.


Spring is truly the dawning of the age of asparagus! As healthy as it is delicious, asparagus contains no cholesterol, no fat, and very little sodium but is high in fiber, folic acid, vitamins C and B6, and potassium. This spring, treat yourself to these asparagus recipes.


Apricots are one of the best natural sources of Vitamin A, which is essential not only for healthy skin but also for good eyesight and protection against colds and other common ailments. Check out these appetizing apricot recipes.


We may be accustomed to seeing chives on baked potatoes or as a garnish. Because of their delicate onion flavor, chives can enliven many savory dishes. Try using chives in these recipes.


Pineapple is packed full of vitamins A and C and also contain an enzyme called bromelain that aids digestion and has anti-inflammatory properties that have proved beneficial in treating a variety of maladies, including arthritis, heart disease, and upper-respiratory infections. Try adding pineapples in these delicious recipes.


Broccoli is packed full of beta carotene, vitamin C, calcium, and fiber. It has been shown to be a stellar cancer-fighting food. Here are a few righteous recipes that will be sure to send broccoli-loving boys and girls over the moon.


You don’t have to be a pickle to appreciate dill. With a simple, clean taste, dill is perfect for salads, garnishes, soups, sauces, and a variety of vegetables. Enjoy these dillicious recipes.

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