Try Arancini Italian Rice Balls with Red Pepper Oil from Feed Zone Table! Also known as arancini, these rice balls are the perfect fare for a large gathering. You can also serve them as a carbohydrate boost to a fresh green salad. You’ll want to use fresh-cooked, warm rice, which helps the rice balls stick together.
Try Roast Pork Loin with Peach Glaze & Butter Beans from Feed Zone Table! This pork is great for sandwiches or wraps, or you can serve it on top of a warm white bean salad with fresh chopped herbs.
Try Chopped Chicken Salad with Pickled Onions from Feed Zone Table! This is a great last-minute salad to make use of leftover chicken. You can change it up throughout the year to include the most colorful vegetables you can find.
Try Chilled Soba with Spicy Red Beans & Poached Eggs from Feed Zone Table! I like to enjoy this dish on a hot summer afternoon, however you could also serve it hot any time of the year. Many of these ingredients you’ll already have on hand.
Try Cauliflower & Corn Chowder with Red Pepper Oil from Feed Zone Table! This is a light soup that pairs well with a hearty chopped salad or roasted chicken. Be sure to use all of the tender parts of the cauliflower, stalk included.
Try Salmon Steak Sandwiches with Mustard Dressing from Feed Zone Table! Next time you plan a game-day party or summertime lunch, serve up a platter of these sandwiches.
Try Almond Cornbread with Grilled Stone Fruit from Feed Zone Table! This is a delicious gluten-free cornbread that you can serve as a great dessert or hearty side to your meal.
Try Mac ‘n’ Cheese Bolognese from Feed Zone Table! Professional cycling teams are served plenty of boiled chicken and overcooked spaghetti when they are traveling from race to race and eating hotel fare. At the 2015 Tour of California, Mark Cavendish requested that we make him some Bolognese. Our team made him a special batch, and he went on to win that day’s stage . . . just saying.
Try Red Chicken with Baked Biriyani from Feed Zone Table! This fragrant and colorful dish can easily feed a large group. Beets were traditionally used in dishes like tandoori chicken to get that vibrant red color. I think you’ll find this made-from-scratch marinade is well worth your time.
Try Chicken Pad Thai from Feed Zone Table! This is a light dish that balances fresh ingredients with a hint of heat and a subtle sweetness. Once you learn the timing of the different components, it’s easy to make pad Thai at home in as little as 30 minutes. Best of all, you can dial in a flavor all your own. I like mine mild, without a lot of fish sauce.
Chef Biju Thomas and Dr. Allen Lim have returned to the kitchen to champion dinner, the most social meal of the day. In their third cookbook, Feed Zone Table, Biju and Allen offer over 100 all-new recipes to bring friends and family to the table in a way that nourishes life and sport. See what’s inside.
Skratch Labs has just announced Skratch Labs Skratch Paper, a new parchment paper that is strong and shape holding for protecting your portables while still being easy to open during activity. Better yet, Skratch Paper is pre-cut, which eliminates scissoring and guesswork.
Terrie at Velotry offers this “non-expert” perspective on how Feed Zone Portables has helped her cycling and her family: for pretty much everything.
Made with almond flour, these pancakes are gluten-free and lower in carbs than traditional pancakes. Skip the sugar crash and fuel up for morning rides with these hearty pancakes that have an ideal mix of carbs, protein, and fat.
We’ve put a gluten-free spin on the classic fig cookies that many of us grew up eating. These cakes make a sweet portable snack, but because of the excellent fiber that is in the dried fruit, they work even better as a snack following a workout or between meals. If figs aren’t your favorite, try raisins or dates instead.
Pro athletes know a lot about sweat! They know their sweat rate and they know what’s in their sports drinks. Find your sweat rate and see how the pros stay hydrated.
Pro cyclists need to consume almost three times the number of calories when racing or training as the average person—about 6000-7000 calories per day.
Before your next long ride, trail run, or hike, you can whip up this free sample recipe from Feed Zone Portables: Gluten-Free Banana Waffles. Watch this video on how to make this delicious portable snack recipe.