I wanted to make some soup today and was wondering what I should do. I decided to use one of my favorite vegetables as the base; celery root (celeriac), and pair it with apple. But when making soup, I am a proponent of garnishing it with something to add some excitement such as fried pancetta or croutons and cheese, etc. Due to the diet restrictions I am … Read more Two Soups are Better than One!
On those days that you want a satisfying meal that will warm your soul, this one surely fits the bill. It combines several ingredients that play very well together. A lean pork tenderloin takes center stage spiked with apple slices with a velvety apple jus on top. Served alongside is a robust cabbage dish enhanced with the flavor of bacon. So on our menu for today … Read more Comfort Food to Warm your Soul
I received the most amazing Green and Gold Kiwi in my Talley Farms CSA box! They were already ripened and ready to eat. The fruit is not only exquisite, but absolutely delish! They also contain numerous phytonutrients as well as well known vitamins and minerals that promote your health. They are an excellent source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber. I thought the Kiwi would pair nicely with my … Read more Green and Gold Kiwi highlight this Mouthwatering Salad!
If you’re like me, you might get a little lazy when it comes to making salads on a daily basis. I love making a large platter of greens and fixings for a party, but I can’t seem to motivate myself to make a salad for the two of us on a regular basis. One of the reasons is that I like my salads filled with … Read more A Neat New Way to Get your Salad Fix!
I like the texture of cabbage as an alternative to a regular lettuce salad once in a while. Napa cabbage is one of my favorites as it is a little more delicate and has a really nice flavor. With some farm fresh Talley Farms Napa cabbage, fuji apples and non GMO corn left in my fridge, I decided to make a slaw. There are many ways you can make … Read more Fall Slaw with Apples and Corn
Jazz up your yogurt with maple syrup & cinnamon glazed apples, walnuts and raspberries! I know there are a ton of nutrients in yogurt such as calcium, vitamin B-2, vitamin B-12, pottasium and magnesium and it’s an excellent source of protein. Even more importantly yogurt has probiotics which are said to contain “friendly bacteria” that can boost your immune system and help promote a healthy digestive tract. All good things! But yogurt … Read more Your Yogurt Breakfast doesn’t have to be Boring!