Chicken Stock

Stock is a nutritious way to make the absolute most of vegetable scraps and chicken bones/carcasses. Not only does it maximize the use you get from these foods, but it eliminates the need to purchase stock, which is usually packaged in cartons that are really difficult to recycle. It’s ridiculously easy, and great to makeContinue reading “Chicken Stock”

Recipes From the Garden – Butternut Squash Mash (Savory or Sweet)

This season, our butternut squashes ripened and were ready to pick in mid-late August. Winter squashes are gifts from the garden that keep on giving, long after they’re harvested.  As long as the squashes are cured after being harvested (this allows the rinds to harden and preserve the flesh inside), they can stay good forContinue reading “Recipes From the Garden – Butternut Squash Mash (Savory or Sweet)”

Recipes From the Garden – Cream of Broccoli Soup

We had SO MUCH broccoli to harvest from the garden this year! It’s certainly easy to get stuck in ways of preparing broccoli – smothering it with cheese, steaming it with lemon and pepper, or putting it in casserole are my go-to broccoli dishes. With so much blanched and frozen broccoli, I wanted to tryContinue reading “Recipes From the Garden – Cream of Broccoli Soup”