How To Roast Your Root Veggies

Sometimes the simplest things bring the deepest nourishment. For us, that’s a pile of roasted root vegetables with our favorite oil, vinegar and spices.

How To Dry Shiitakes

Shiitakes contain many of the same amino acids you find in various meats. They’re full of B vitamins and minerals, we could go on, but the gist of it is that, your body will thank you. Never tried em? They’ve…

Zucchini Pizzas

Such a fun snack! Make it on the grill or in the broiler for a little after work/school treat or serve up a batch for the big game.

Green Smoothie

Ice. Collards. The strawberries you froze, the blueberries you didn’t eat fast enough, the apple that’s on it’s way out. Add a dose of sunshine and you’ll feel like you didn’t just eat a bunch of fried chicken last night.

Sungold Jam

Chris’ famous recipe! He stopped making this over ten years ago, but there was not a farmers market we attended where someone did not ask us for a jar of his sungold jam. Sungolds are one of our favorite kinds…

How To Quick Pickle Your Vegetables

Quick pickling is easy, a great way to extend the life of your produce, and delicious on or with so many things, not to mention just straight out of the jar and onto your charcuterie board. Try it with your…

Forever Sweet Corn Succotash

Our friend chef Alyssa Lisle has been bringing the heat with her corn game and is basically made of magic. Ready to taste the creamiest succotash you’ve ever had that is totally plant based? Here we go!

Oven “Sun” Dried Tomatoes

We love to store these in a jar of oil and our favorite spices and add them to salads, cheese boards and sandwiches throughout the week. They’re great added to any kind of hummus or dip, and the leftover oil…

Kitchen Sink Quiche

You do not have to be a chef, you do not even have to be a cook, to make a darn good breakfast quiche with all of the things in your refrigerator. You cannot mess this up. It will be…

Black Bean Burgers

We wanted burgers. We were trying to avoid meat. We had, for whatever reason, an infinite supply of canned black beans. We had found a recipe earlier, but then left our phone downstairs…

Concord Grape Jam

You heard it here first. Zero added sugar. No pectin. Nada. Your house will smell like a home. Your insulin levels will appreciate you. Your toast will be like no toast before it. Feeling gourmet? Not enough steps for you?…

Cast Iron Carrots

We like to saute and then roast our carrots for extra caramelized goodness. Serve with a dollop of yogurt or on a bed of rice! Great with raisins and Moroccan spices, too.

Kale Chips

No shame, we prefer kale chips to a salad. Okay, we prefer kale chips to most methods of kale preparation. Who said you can’t eat chips for dinner? Go ahead, treat yourself!

Mushroom. Bacon.

Apparently, everything good in life has spoken: mushroom bacon is real. Mushroom bacon is made by by roast or saute, and the secret ingredient is liquid smoke. No liquid smoke? Use any smoky spice you’ve got lying around for a…

Lettuce Soup

It’s hard to believe, but we literally put this lettuce soup together because we didn’t want a bunch of our lettuce seconds to go to waste. When we say “seconds,” we mean it. Seconds refer to the produce that’s still…

Curried Squash Soup

This is a super easy, one pot squash soup you’ll make again and again! Any squash will do, pureed and frozen or freshly roasted. We’ll tend toward a butternut or an acorn for this particular recipe. We always intend to…

Strawberry Bread

We’re so lucky to work with farms like Mick Klug, and especially around strawberry season. We should admit, most of the strawberries we receive don’t make it far past the colander, but when we’re in a bit of fresh berry…

Roasted Sweet Potato Fries

Oh my gosh, these roasted bites of deliciousness never last long enough to make it to our dinner plates. We have designated sweet potato fries the anytime snack and do our very best to practice all the patience we know…