Eggplant Ingredients: 2 large purple eggplant or several slender varieties Salt Sesame oil Salsa Ingredients: ⅓ c roasted peanuts, roughly chopped Large handful fresh cilantro, leaves picked and roughly chopped Several sprigs fresh mint, leaves picked and roughly chopped 3 Read on!
Ingredients: 2 c. roasted turkey, cut in 1”cubes 2 ribs celery, diced (including tender leaves) 4 green onions, white parts only, sliced thin 1 medium tart apple, cut into ½”cubes ¼ c. toasted pecan halves or almonds, chopped ½ c Read on!
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!
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!
Mango & Brown Rice Salad with Herbs & Fried Shallots After so much rain, it’s hard to know whether to be grateful or to rage at a capricious Mother Nature. Eventually, the rain stops, the clouds part, the sun comes 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!
Without a Recipe: Sweet Potatoes Whether you’re looking for a hearty, vegetarian main dish or a satisfying side dish, the sweet potato is your new best friend. Roast them, mash them, fry them, or bake them–it’s all good. For crispy Read on!
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!