Recipe & Photography by Haley Bahm of Soul + Spoon Grilled Summer Squash Salad with Jalapeno Lime Vinaigrette This salad is the epitome of everything a summer meal should be–bursting with a mix of smoky flavor from the grilled squash Read on!
Without a Recipe: Summer Squash Abundant all summer long, we love summer squash in all its glory. Healthy, versatile, and easy to cook, the biggest challenge is staying creative with cooking ideas. Here are a few to get you started Read on!
Quick Combos: Grape Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Summer Squash, Lettuce, Gala Apples Grape Tomatoes Oven roasted grape tomatoes are bursting with sweet and savory umami flavor. Cut them lengthwise and place in a single layer on a baking sheet. Drizzle with Read on!
Quick Combos: Sorrel, Pea Shoots, Creamer Peas, Butternut Squash, Red Potatoes, Summer Squash Sorrel The lemony flavor of sorrel is fantastic with potatoes–make a quick soup by sautéing onions and garlic in a little butter, then add sliced new Read on!
Quick Combos: Eggplant, Watermelon, Green Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Summer Squash and Cucumbers Eggplant We love a comforting late summer dish of Pasta alla Norma. Saute cubed eggplant, onion and garlic and stir into your favorite marinara. Toss with fresh basil Read on!
Quick Combos: Radishes, Summer Squash, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Green Beans Radishes Crunchy radishes are a Farmhouse favorite on sandwiches. Layer thinly sliced radishes on lightly toasted Easy Tiger 9 grain slathered with chevre. Sprinkle with Texas Jurassic Salt and freshly ground Read on!
Summer Squash Croquettes “I wasn’t sure what to do with all this summer squash I’ve acquired. It was too hot to turn on the oven, and I found this awesome recipe. I used exclusively Farmhouse products to make it gluten-free Read on!
adapted from 101 Cookbooks a generous splash of olive oil or 3 Tbs. butter 3 large shallots, chopped a couple pinches of fine-grain sea salt pinch of crushed red pepper flakes 3-inch sprig of rosemary 1 1/2 pounds yellow or Read on!
“I’d be way too intimidated to cook for you.” More than the note I still pay every month, more than the scars on my forearms, more than years of eighty hour weeks, more than the lost hours of youth-preserving sleep, Read on!