Thanksgiving Leftovers Inspiration It’s the day after Thanksgiving. You’re starving, but you just spent the entire previous day cooking up a storm. Not to mention the leftovers! You’re ready to order a pizza–but wait! Hold the phone! Why waste all Read on!
Roasted Butternut Squash and Satsuma Salad with Yogurt Dressing With rich and heavy sides piled high at the holiday table (oh hello candied sweet potatoes, how we’ve missed you), sliding in a lighter addition seems to be the only viable solution to preventing Read on!
Toast 10 Ways If you’re not on the toast train yet, now’s the time to hop on. There’s no better quick meal fix than this classic food. Whether an on-the-go breakfast, a stash away snack for the office or a 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!
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!
Roasted Ratatouille Panzanella There are certain recipes that are the little black dress of the kitchen. Timeless, elegant, simple – perfect for every occasion. We rely on them in much the same way we’d shimmy into that dress, looking Read on!
Basic Vinaigrette Don’t you ever get tired of talking about food? Luckily for us, the answer is a resounding no. In fact, we like to talk about dinner when we’re eating breakfast and think about breakfast while we’re having Read on!
Knowing our Winter Squash, even in August The term winter squash is a bit of a misnomer: Harvested in Texas throughout the summer, these hardy vegetables are typically seen in the Fall and keep well throughout the winter months. Chances are, you’ve Read on!