Emerald Salad The grayer the weather, the more we eat with our eyes. On days like this, color is a stand-in for sunshine, reminding us that the world will one day again be bright and cheerful. Inspired by this week’s Read on!
Without a Recipe: Rutabagas The rutabaga is a root crop that may have originated from a cross between the turnip and the cabbage. Earthy and bittersweet, you’ll love them roasted, mashed, pan-fried or layered into a creamy gratin. Peel and Read on!
Without a Recipe: Fennel Fennel has a licorice-y flavor that mellows considerably when cooked. Shave it raw into salads or grill, roast, or caramelize slowly. We love fennel in winter salads-shave paper thin and toss with thin-sliced radishes and greens Read on!
Creamy Carrot Alfredo Here’s a riddle for you: what’s creamy and comforting, rich and velvety, super satisfying but filled with the abundant nutrients of carrots? Wait, what? A happy result of a larder that had grown empty and a desire Read on!
Radish & Fennel Panzanella You might roll your eyes in pity, but these days we get really excited about a loaf of stale bread. One bite of this salad, though, and you’ll get it. Crisp, peppery radishes and the subtle licorice kick 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!
Sourdough Toast with Beet & Yogurt Spread Toast is having its moment, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. For years relegated to the most forgettable role in the most forgettable meal, toast is showing up everywhere. Dressed up with inventive Read on!
Without a Recipe: Carrots Crunchy and sweet, carrots are a kitchen mainstay. We love them raw, but can’t stop ourselves from roasting or stir-frying them too! Creamy carrot soup is as easy as can be. Simmer sauteed onions and garlic Read on!
Creamy Carrot Soup with Coconut and Sesame Our friend Carol Ann over at Boggy Creek Farm says we have two seasons in Texas: Hot and Not Hot. We’ve been fully in the throes of Not Hot these past few weeks, Read on!