Winter Greens & Pesto Rice Bowl with Grapefruit, Spiced Pecans & Feta 4 SERVINGS | HANDS-ON TIME: 20 minutes | TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes 1 cup uncooked Gulf Pacific Brown Rice 1 bunch Tenaza Organics Rainbow Chard, washed 1 Read on!
Roasted Carrot Fries with Grapefruit Tzatziki Have we mentioned our love for roasting vegetables? Yes? Well, this time we are pairing our vegetables with a delicious grapefruit tzatziki sauce with a little chefs help. Roasting carrots is the best Read on!
Roasted Pork Loin with Grapefruit-Coconut Salsa Pork loin is one of our favorite simple but elegant go-to dinners. It’s incredibly easy but looks fancy enough to serve to guests. With spicy Asian flavors, crunchy coconut, and peanuts, plus a citrusy Read on!
Pink Grapefruit & Bittersweet Chocolate Tea Cake What to make the sweetest women we know for Mother’s Day? A not-too-sweet cake with a tender crumb, bursting with the tart and zesty flavors of pink grapefruit and grounded by rich, earthy Read on!
1 bunch beets (save greens for braising later) 1 grapefruit, cut into supremes 1/2 red onion, slivered 2 Tbs. chopped cilantro (optional) 1 Tbs. sherry or white wine vinegar salt and pepper Wash beets and place in heavy casserole dish. Read on!
Without a Recipe: Beets Sweet and hearty beets are a Farmhouse favorite. Earthy richness and a silky texture are hallmarks of the root, while the hearty, robust greens (yep, you can eat those, too!) are an added bonus. Roast, steam, Read on!
Chile-Dusted Paloma Wherever your holiday takes you, we hope you’ll raise a glass of good cheer in celebration of our local farming community. Our paloma combines sweet-tart ruby red grapefruit juice with smoky mescal and a salty, spicy dusting of Read on!
Fresh Vegetables Artichokes Keep artichokes refrigerated (32-36°F), storing in a perforated plastic bag to retain moisture. Steam and serve with browned butter and vinaigrette for dipping. Arugula Keep arugula refrigerated (32-36°F), stored in a perforated plastic bag, away from fruits Read on!
My father’s mother, Granny Mehaffy, was not known for her skills in the kitchen. She was a grandmother who smelled more of scotch and tasteful perfume than vanilla. She was tiny, bright, and brisk, and before we accepted an invitation Read on!