Flourless Banana Pancakes

An easy recipe to try at home with your “aged” bananas and a few simple ingredients! Happy weekend, friends, followers and first time blog visitors! 🙂 I know this isn’t a typical week/weekend for many of us as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s hard to know what to do during this time –…

Spicy Kale, Bacon and Asiago Spaghetti Squash “Pasta”

When you want pasta, bacon AND to eat more vegetables, this recipe does the trick! I love creating new versions of spaghetti squash “pastas”! If you’ve been following my blog, you may have seen the recipes I’ve had for Vegan Pad Thai, Fresh Tomato, Basil & Mozzarella Spaghetti Squash “Pasta”, and Watermelon Radish, Shishito Pepper…

Savory Lentil, Carrot and Kale Pie

Pie for dinner is always a good idea (trust me!). Sometimes, you just need pie for dinner! And I feel like savory pies don’t get as much attention as the typical dessert pies. But, I assure you they are just as delicious (if not more so!). Another great part of this pie is you have…

Carrot, Hakurei Turnip and Ginger Bisque

A hearty winter soup with a spicy bite to it! I love a warm, filling soup as the months get chillier. Especially ones that are creamy and bisque like in consistency. I had a lot of delicious Taproot Farm organic carrots and hakurei turnips stored in my refrigerator, so I was inspired to create this…

Giant Sweet Potato Latke & Wasabi Sour Cream

One giant sweet potato latke – what dreams are made of! I can’t believe the Taproot Farm Winter CSA Season has officially kicked off! That means all the warm, savory, and filling dishes are coming your way in upcoming weeks. I can’t think of a better way to kick off this new (chillier) season than with a large…

Apple and Fennel Salad

The perfect crunchy, nutritious, and filling treat as the weather starts to cool down. I can’t believe this is my final recipe of the Taproot Farm Summer CSA season. For those of you who have followed along, made my recipes, and shared feedback, thank you so much! I am greatly looking forward to the next 7…

Roasted Root Vegetable Ratatouille

A root vegetable “twist” on a traditional ratatouille recipe. The first time I saw traditional ratatouille was as a cartoon in (you guessed it) the Disney movie “Ratatouille”. The dish always looked so beautiful with its sliced colorful vegetables perfectly arranged. Although my version is far from perfect looking, the colors and placement of the thin…

Irish Hunter’s Pie: Base Layer of Mushrooms, Peas, Carrots, Broccoli, Onion, and Garlic, Middle Layer of Ground Venison, Topped with Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Cheddar Cheese, Drizzled with Gravy

If you are going to make anything this weekend to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, make this Hunter’s Pie. Granted, I know most of you will not have ground venison on hand (I can thank my Dad for that), but there are many other meats you can substitute or you can even do a meatless version!…