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!
Stir-Fry with Pork, Eggplant, and Greens At some point in the week, we’ll find ourselves rooting around the refrigerator, realizing we’ve already eaten our way through half the ingredients we were supposed to save for our *epic* meal plan (curse those late night munchies!). Read on!
Without A Recipe: Sweet Potato Greens Popular in many Asian and African cuisines, sweet potato greens are the sleeper green of the season. With a refreshing balance of earthy flavors and a hint of sweetness, these greens offer a desirable alternative in the leafy greens Read on!
Without a Recipe: Asian Greens Asian greens run the gamut from hearty bok choi to leafy Chinese broccoli (gai lan). Most are mildly spicy and take as well to the wok as to the grill. Click here for a handy Read on!
Fortifying Bison Meatball Soup with Greens & Grains A big pot of handmade meatballs, whole grains, and abundant greens come together in a light broth to soothe your soul and fortify you through the sturm und drang of the season–make Read on!
Farm Eggs with Braised Greens & Tomato This is a recipe that turns poor planning into a cause for celebration. With one bunch of greens and a few pantry staples, you’ll make a satisfying skillet-ful of tangy tomato sauce and Read on!
Without a Recipe: Greens Braised, stir-fried, raw, and steamed, there are countless ways to enjoy greens. You’ll find that most are interchangeable in recipes too. You can make a simple, satisfying pasta dinner with greens and garlic sauteed in olive Read on!
Quick Combos: Watermelon Radish, Butternut Squash, Greens, Apples & Mushrooms Watermelon Radish Gorgeous watermelon radishes bring a bright, peppery bite to a simple bean salad. Slice radishes in half moons and combine with 2 c cooked garbanzos, a handful of Read on!
Beans and Greens with Caper Vinaigrette At the risk of sounding like Mr. Miyagi, we’d like to propose the idea that cooking’s mostly about mindset. Yes, technique is important, but it’s also rather easily learned. What’s sometimes harder to get Read on!