Breakfast Stir Fry

I can’t believe it’s November already! This spring/summer CSA season has flown by, and I am excited to enjoy all the heartier greens and root vegetables. This stir fry is a tribute to some of those “cooler weather” vegetables. It’s a fun and simply way to incorporate heartier greens like cabbage and kale into your…

Honeynut Winter Squash and Fennel Styled Bisque

The cool and chilly fall weather has me craving all types of soup! I love a good squash soup, and Taproot Farm’s Honeynut Winter Squash are perfect for a sweet and flavorful soup base. This recipe is style like a bisque with the extra cream and herbs. Keep in mind though that you don’t have…

Creamy Collard Greens, Sweet Sausage, Pepper and Potato Soup

The temperatures this week have me thinking about all things cozy – sweaters, candles, hot tea, blankets…and soup! 🙂 This recipe is actually modeled after a sausage, potato, kale and onion soup my Mom makes on repeat during the chilly seasons, with a few change-ups! Instead of kale I used collard greens (any hearty green…

Basil, Peach and Goat Cheese Toast

A simple sweet and savory toast perfect any time of the day.Simple summer recipes are incredibly enjoyable. Especially on hot July days, when it’s somewhat unimaginable to have to turn on a stove for any sustained period of time. Local peach season is one of my absolute favorites. Like all the summer fruits, I wait…

Tempura Fried, Triple Cheese Stuffed Squash Blossoms

A must-try summer cuisine.  In my opinion, squash blossoms are a must-try in the world of edible flowers. The beautiful blossoms are delicate and delicious, and can be eaten raw or cooked. I grew up most of my life not knowing these were the summer cuisine I was missing out on. Squash blossoms are prepared a…

Delicious and Unique California-Styled Hot Dogs with Shredded Cabbage and Sliced French Radishes: Grilled Kielbasa Dogs on Toasted Potato Rolls Topped with Shredded Cabbage, Sliced French Radishes, Sliced Avocado, Pickled Jalapeño, Toasted Sesame Seeds, Black Pepper and Sir Kensington’s Special Sauce

Sometimes you have a lot of great vegetables and not a lot of time to cook and prepare them ~ I’m here to tell you that’s A ok! 🙂 There are so many fun ways to utilize vegetables and one of my personal favorites is piling them on top of hot dogs! My family loves…