Many of us hunkering down on our New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier have been left staring at our plates with dread, unimpressed by yet another salad.
However, the Clinton-based Clean Plate Kitchen, which serves fare that is organic and sourced sustainably and locally whenever possible, is showing its customers that eating clean doesn’t have to mean eating boring.
“We are doing our small part to provide a choice for people to make healthy decisions and feel good about eating food that makes themfeel good,” said Nicole Piazza, who co-owns the Clean Plate Kitchen with her husband, Anthony. “It’s a real treat for us when people come in here and we are able to change their opinions about healthy eating. It’s not just sticks and twigs.”