Here at the Farmhouse, we’re (obviously) big fans of a sexy, ripe summer tomato or a perfectly plump peach, but there’s something to be said for the humble, earthy foods of winter as well. TBH, there are times in summer Read on!
Inspired by Goan, Indian, and Portuguese cuisine, Vixen’s Wedding in East Austin is known for their colorful dishes with bright, bold flavors to match. Using locally sourced ingredients, Chef Todd Duplechan brings the heat to every item on the menu. Read on!
Massaman is an Indian-inspired curry that typically calls for more dried spices than other Thai curries. It’s usually made in a big batch to share family style, allowing the flavors to marry in the time it takes to make from scratch (Scratch Read on!
If you’re like us, chicken thighs make you weak in the knees! They’re moist, juicy, and oh, so flavorful. Brand ambassador Rebecca Costa cooked up this amazing dish featuring chicken thighs, crispy radishes and fragrant rosemary. As a bonus, it’s Read on!
This Shepherd’s Pie recipe from The Real Food Dieticians calls for sweet potatoes, making it paleo & Whole 30 friendly! (You can substitute regular potatoes if that’s your thing.) Perfect for freezing and reheating on a busy weeknight, it’s a Read on!
Farro is a whole grain with a nutty flavor and chewy texture. While it is not gluten-free, this ancient grain is a good source of protein and is great for salads, soups, and as a simple side. Read on for more Read on!
Summer Grain Bowl Recipe and Photography by Rebecca Lilly Serves: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes For the dressing: 1/3 cup olive oil 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar 2 tbsp coconut aminos (or soy sauce) 1/2 lime, juiced 1/4 tsp hot sauce 1 tbsp. Read on!
Grilled Carrots and Green Garlic with Coriander Simplicity is often underestimated as a culinary technique, which is surprising when we step back to look at some of our most memorable meals. Of course, a savory soufflé or slow-roasted porchetta delights and awes Read on!
Broccoli, Beef & Lentil Soup There’s something different about fall in Texas. The cold somehow seems to sneak up on you, no matter how late it is in the season. It’s as if we thought the summer heat would never Read on!