We love experimenting with unique produce! Test out the most simple way to cook these special veggies.
Chickpea Parsley Soup
When the days are darker with occasional snowflakes in the air, all I want in my body is some warm and bright food. Warm the body. Warm the mind.
Super Greens Risotto
Risotto sounds so fancy. When really, it is just a fresh take on rice. What makes this particular risotto so unique is that we through in a mess of greens to get those sneaky micronutrients in. Kale and parsley add a vibrant pop to this savory dish, perfect as a side at any gathering of the main attraction.
Cherry Coconut Granola
There is something about freshly baked granola that screams ‘it’s fall.’ Test out this simple recipe for a homemade take on this breakfast staple.
Simple Pear Salad
When the garden is abundant, throw all the fresh produce you’ve grown together in a simple and satisfying salad.
Roasted Anaheim Pepper Hummus
Hummus might the greatest food to become trendy in the last decade. Made from a base of ultra-versatile chickpeas, this creamy dip can be used for just about anything.
Pineapple Chipotle Rice
Add some jazziness to your next pot of rice by adding the perfect pineapple to this dish.
Mango Lime Quinoa Salad
This vegan, protein-packed and colorful salad is an outstanding option for a ‘throw everything in a bowl and go’ kind of meal.
Strawberry Summer Salad
Ingredients 1 Package Spinach 2 Cups Strawberries, Quartered 1 Cucumber, Sliced 1/2 Cup Walnuts 1/3 Cup Blueberries 1/3 Cup Dried Cranberries 1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese Dressing 1 1/2 Cups Raspberries, Frozen or Fresh 1/2 Cup Olive Oil 1/4 Cup...
Vegan Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce
As the weather warms, those raw vegetables come a calling. Spring Rolls are a simple and fun treat to pack in the vegetables and recruit the whole family to make.