Do you ever feel like shaking up your taste buds in the winter? Perhaps this desire accompanies our New Year’s resolutions or maybe having an out-of-the-ordinary taste sensation is just what the doctor ordered to shake up the gloomy winter
We are so fortunate to live in an area that has fruit stands in the summer, and local produce in the winter; our farmer’s market and our organic box program make sure of that! This summer however was long-lasting, which
It hit me today while making a fresh juice, that greens are now in short(er) supply. Sure, there are still many delicious greens available like kale, miner’s lettuce and mâche, tatsoi, arugula, spinach and sprouts, but not in the
Parsnips are one of those vegetables that are plentiful in our 6 months of winter, and by the end of the 6 months, I can get really tired of them. So I put on my thinking cap and decided to
This Asian-inspired slaw-salad is so delicious, incredibly healthy, and uses local winter produce to boot! It can easily be made in a food processor, or by hand with a grater. Double the recipe if you would like enough for leftovers.