Recipes from the Garden – Butternut Squash & Goat Cheese Ravioli

As the colder weather starts to roll in and the leaves continue to change, what we eat seasonally is also changing! Our true summer veggies are well past their last harvest, leaving only the hardy winter crops to choose from. “Winter crops” refers to veggies that can withstand much lower soil and air temperatures withoutContinue reading “Recipes from the Garden – Butternut Squash & Goat Cheese Ravioli”

Recipes from the Garden – Spaghetti Squash Lasagna

With the recent fall equinox, it’s officially time for us all to admit that summer is coming to an end. With colder temperatures already creeping into the forecast, it’s important to have some delicious comfort food ready for those cold nights! Luckily, our garden has continued to produce some delicious winter squash late into theContinue reading “Recipes from the Garden – Spaghetti Squash Lasagna”

Recipes from the Garden – Garden Fresh Potato Salad

With colder temperatures and shorter days on the horizon, we’ve found ourselves desperately nostalgic for that mid-summer feeling. Luckily, we are just in time for potato harvest season, which can only mean one thing – potato salad! Potato salad is one of my all-time favorite summer dishes. It’s what I like to call the perfectContinue reading “Recipes from the Garden – Garden Fresh Potato Salad”

Recipes from the Garden – Roasted Green Bean Salad with Tahini Whipped Feta

Green beans are the gift of the summer growing season that keep on giving! As an extremely plentiful and versatile vegetable that produce throughout the entire growing season, beans are a great addition to any summer meal. Beans are unique, as they can be eaten cooked or raw without skimping on flavor. Their crisp, earthyContinue reading “Recipes from the Garden – Roasted Green Bean Salad with Tahini Whipped Feta”

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”