Scrambling on how to celebrate your pops this Father’s Day? You’re in luck. Hollandia Produce CEO Pete Overgaag shared his favorite recipes featured on our Lettuce Be Fresh blog. Choose one (or all three) to prepare for your dad as a light entree or as sides if you’re expecting a lively bunch for dinner.
Each recipe features our Living Butter Lettuce or Watercress. Both are rich in vitamins and nutrients. In fact, our Live Gourmet Living Upland Cress and Grower Pete’s Brand of Living Organic Watercress are certified antioxidant superfoods. What’s a superfood you ask? It’s an extremely nutrient-dense food that, when eaten, is considered to be very beneficial for maintaining good health. Our cress products also contain as much vitamin C as an orange, more calcium than milk, and of course, high levels of magnesium, lutein, phosphorous, potassium, iron, beta-carotene, and vitamins A, B1, B6, K, and E! Our Living Butter Lettuce is no slouch either. It’s an excellent source of iron, vitamins A and C.
What are you waiting for? Pick up our products in your grocer’s fresh produce section and get cooking this Sunday in honor of Father’s Day!
Pete Overgaag’s Favorite Recipes Featured on the Lettuce Be Fresh Blog
- This Asian salad inspired by Eating Well features peppery watercress, sugar snap peas and a warm sesame shallot vinaigrette with caramelized onions. Now that its summer, a lightly grilled white fish or salmon would make a tasty protein-rich addition to the meal. For the recipe click here.
Perfect for this time of year, our Strawberry, Goat Cheese and Toasted Hazelnut Salad exudes bright color and perfect texture. The homemade dressing, infused with garlic and honey, makes this salad even more appealing. Don’t be surprised if your guests leave impressed. For the recipe click here.
- If your dad is one to douse his food in Sriracha or hot sauce then these Asian Turkey Lettuce Cups are for him. But don’t worry you won’t alienate your less adventurous guests. Our mild, velvety-textured Living Butter Lettuce balances the heat, resulting in an ideal summery dish. For the recipe click here.