Fall

Beet Chips with Honeyed Goat Cheese

3/29/16 |

I wanted to play with something crispy for our Spring Food & Garden Workshop and thought beet chips would be fun to try. Indeed they were! I made a huge batch and they really turned out great, but I learned the hard way that refrigerating them after they’ve been made turns them from crispy to …Read More

Butternut and Collard Greens Posole

2/3/15 |

This warm and gently spicy soup  is hearty and satisfying. When I prepared it the first time, I enjoyed finally taking the time to learn more about one of posole soup’s magic ingredients: hominy. Hominy is whole kernel corn that has been taken through a process (used by many cultures for centuries) called nixtamilization, which makes …Read More

Quinoa and Roasted Vegetable Pilaf

2/3/15 |

I love recipes that are light, but filling; could work as a side or main dish; and are FULL of color.  This one satisfies on all fronts. Eating this balanced whole meal salad just feels healthy.  I’ve had it for lunch three days this week and it’s held up well and the flavor seems to just …Read More

Lee’s Chunky Lentil Soup

11/21/14 |

One of my favorite cooking teachers is my dear friend, Lee Newlin. She was kind to share a recipe with me to pass along to you. It is one of my FAVORITE staples of the cooler months. There are two magic ingredients you may need to seek out (and you won’t be sorry – they …Read More

Hearty Pumpkin Chili

10/31/14 |

One of our favorite treats from the garden goes by a funny name – a “tan cheese pumpkin.” It’s a sweet, bright orange flesh that is a joy to work with.  Canned pumpkin will work fine in this recipe, but if you have the ability to grow your own or find a great cooking pumpkin …Read More

Overwinter Strawberry Plants for Spring Harvest

10/22/14 |

Did you know that planting strawberries in the fall yields wonderful berries in time for spring? If you have a big pot or a small garden plot, visit your local organic nursery or find an online source and pick up a few plants. A few tips for getting them through the winter are listed below. …Read More