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We occasionally get questions through the Contact page on our website and have decided that rather than keep the answers between us and the questioner, we’d share the them with everyone in a new feature we’re calling From Our Inbox. … Continue reading
It’s spring, and there’s no denying it. It’s been spring pretty much since autumn, but now, for sure, it’s spring. It’s not just the short sleeves and outdoor dining that tells me, either, it’s the new veggies and the flowering … Continue reading
The parsnip is underrated. I don’t give it much attention, and then we’re in mid-winter and I’m tired of squash and there’s not a lot else going on, and then, there it is, the parsnip. It’s a stand-in for potatoes. … Continue reading
It’s weird how little I talk about couscous. Couscous means quick, easy, vegetarian dinner here. So we were having one of those nights where you sit on the couch and go back and forth with, “I don’t know, what … Continue reading
I played with a lot of different names for this, but the reality is, it’s honey mustard dressing. It’s not thick, creamy, guilt-laden dressing though. It’s light and made of food, and it’s tangy and sweet and zesty and everything … Continue reading
I’ve been lax about making bread. November – January is so busy anyway, I haven’t been making the time. I very intentionally don’t order bread through my buying club, because I’m planning on making it myself, and then I don’t … Continue reading
I love this soup. Who can beat cheese and onion in rich broth? But like so many restaurant foods, when we started cooking at home a lot, the restaurant versions all seemed too salty. I don’t order it anymore because … Continue reading
I had this butternut squash, and I didn’t want to make soup, or lasagna, and it was sitting on the counter for a little while, in fact, it was from the CSA, so it was getting on in weeks. … Continue reading
Whether we grow our own veggies or receive too much in our CSA or scramble to the farm market to get the last of our favorite produce before the end of the season, sometimes we end up with too much. … Continue reading