Feeling alone at sea when it comes to appreciating fish? We’re here to help! Admitted seafood fanatics, we’re also super sensitive to those who are just a bit put off by eating something that swims. Armed with nutritional benefits and easy, pleasing recipes, we’re hoping even just a few of you feel encouraged to take the bait!


Breakfast

Tried and true, strawberries are delicious sliced on your favorite cereal. They also make a tasty sauce for waffles, jam for toast, a sweet addition to muffins and breads, and an essential ingredient in any fruit salad.


Lunch

Strawberries were made for light noon meals. Slice berries on a fresh green salad for a juicy sweet surprise. Use as the base for a refreshing smoothie, add to chicken salad, or simply eat whole.


Snack

For a snack with a pleasing bite, strawberries make a unique addition to salsas served with chips or pita. They also hold their own on a fruit and veggie tray, and add sweet color to a board of cheese and crackers.


Dinner

An original way to use strawberries is as an ingredient in a barbecue sauce for meat, poultry or fish. Strawberries also add fresh flavor to marinates, a sweet tang to chutneys and make a more than memorable soup.


Dessert

Naturally, strawberries define dessert. From the main ingredient in pies, cakes and parfaits, to the feature of the included recipes for tartlets or trifle, we recommend strawberries to satisfy the sweet tooth!


Drinks

Frozen strawberries make cool ice cubes for fancy drinks or cocktails. They also add rich color and flavor to any frozen drink or punch recipe.


Bonus Tip!

Want to impress at your next soirée or your laidback Saturday breakfast? Try this simple trick for creating Strawberry Roses, perfect for adding a floral flourish to any appetizer, snack or dessert presentation!