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Bowled Over

Speed your recovery after a cold winter run with healthy- and delicious- soups

After a chilly run, few meals are more satisfying than soup. Warm and comforting, "soup provides a big bang for your buck," says sports nutritionist Lisa Dorfman, R.D. "You can get lots of protein, fiber, and carbs for not a lot of calories." Research shows that eating soup before a meal reduces calorie intake during that meal by 20 percent, making it great for weight loss. Whether you want a hearty postrun meal or a satisfying prerun lunch, these soups are easy to make- and savor. Each recipe yields two to three servings and tastes even better as leftovers.

Gluten for punishment?

Amy’s Veggie Burger in Sunset Magazine!

From Your Farm To Amy’s Kitchen

The Greenville Area Development Corporation, Clemson University Small Business Development Center, and Clemson University Sustainable Agriculture Program recently collaborated to introduce Amy’s Kitchen to South Carolina’s growers, processors and researchers. More than 60 interested parties attended this invitation only event held at Clemson at the Falls on Monday June 6th, 2011.

Turning point for couple’s two Amys

Seated in the living room of their 1870s farmhouse, Andy and Rachel Berliner laugh easily when looking back on 23 years of business successes and a few mistakes at Amy's Kitchen, their Petaluma-based maker of natural, convenience foods.

Dressed in jeans and unhurried in their recollections, the couple strike a more earnest tone when discussing the link between the company and its namesake, their only child, Amy.

Frozen Delights

2011 Natural Health Good Food Winner

Amy's Light & Lean Spinach Lasagna

Surprisingly tasty for something you have to nuke, this dish packs in the protein (11g per serving) and fiber (5g per serving) – a combo that will keep you satisfied or hours. $5;

Bowled Over

As temperatures dip, a warm cup of soup can be healthy (if you choose wisely) and satisfying. Here, our favorites, for when you don't have time to make your own.

Amy's Organic Lentil Vegetable, Light in Sodium
160 calories, 4g fat, 340mg sodium in 1 cup. "It was so well seasoned I didn't miss the salt." –Cheryl S. Grant, research editor

Amy’s Pizza is voted the best by Consumer Reports!

DENVER - When you're in a pinch for dinner frozen pizza can come to the rescue. Sales topped more than three billion dollars this past year - with the "It's not delivery.... It's DiGiorno" pizza the top seller. But is that the best-tasting pizza? Consumer Reports put it and 15 other cheese pizzas to the test, and Amy’s came out on top!

Eat More, Burn More: Lunch

Hungry? Perfect! These 450-calorie dishes are both filling and fat-melting.

Nuke Amy's Kitchen Light in Sodium Spinach Single Serve Pizza.

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