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Salad with all fresh ingredients from the farmers market in Northampton, MA

Spring Greens Salad with Parsley Root

In Recipes On April 21, 2013 0 Comments
Yeah, it's spring! Here's an early spring salad using the first of the season organic greens, from Crabapple Farm, with recently dug parsley roots and carrots. I so appreciate the farmers bringing these roots, that have wintered over in the ground, to market this week. Read More »

Lemon Chive Salad Dressing

In Recipes On April 7, 2013 0 Comments
Here's one way to use the first herb to appear in my garden after the snow melts! What a delight to pick this aromatic herb and incorporate it into a meal. Read More »

Oh Wow, Oven Fries

In Recipes On February 17, 2013 2 Comments
Here is an ultimate comfort food. The best news is that these fries are low fat. Read More »
Minestrone Like Soup High in Nutrition and Flavor Luscious and Local

Hot Italian Sausage, Kale, ‘n Vegetable Soup

In Recipes On February 10, 2013 0 Comments
In the fall, all the vegetables combined here are available from local gardens and nearby farms. The low fat pork sausage in this soup was humanely raised by Ana and Michael of Manda Farm in Plainfield, MA. Read More »

Be My Valentine: Heart-beet Pancakes!

In Recipes On February 3, 2013 3 Comments
A Valentine's Day surprise! Who expects to see red heart-beet pancakes on their breakfast plate? Local beets, eggs, and oats (if we're lucky) combine to make a dramatic red heart pancake. The blue berries and raspberries, from my yard, were plucked out of the freezer. Read More »

Move Over Green Eggs ‘n Ham; Green Pancakes have Arrived

In Recipes On January 19, 2013 0 Comments
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An all local one bowl meal.

Winter Beef Stew with Tarragon

In Recipes On January 12, 2013 1 Comment
This gluten free beef stew combines the winter flavor of parsnips slow cooked with tarragon and other savory herbs. It is a beautiful and hearty main course that is even more delicious served the day after it is made. Read More »

Kale and Blue Topped with Hazelnuts

In Recipes On December 1, 2012 1 Comment
Kale saute with regional blue cheese, garlic, and toasted hazelnuts. This is a superb standby of flavorful nutrition with a bit of crunch.. Read More »

Asian Shiso Wrap

In Recipes On October 8, 2012 2 Comments
Big fresh Ooba Shiso Leaves (or substitute romaine lettuce leaves) are used to wrap rice, kimchi, cucumber, and parsley for a fun and fresh self serve fest at the table. It is delicious and fast with all the ingredients available in Western Massachusetts during the month of August. Read More »

Heavenly Pear Crisp

In Recipes On October 7, 2012 2 Comments
A sweet combination of pears sparked with a bit of lemon juice in a crisp. The crisp topping can be made gluten free by only gluten free oats and light buckwheat flour. Make it vegan by substituting canola oil for the butter. Read More »

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