Hubbard Squash Pie

The denser quality of Hubbard Squash makes for a smoother pie that is less likely to crack when baking (compared to fresh pumpkin) and heavenly creaminess in every bite.

Microgreen Frittata

This recipe is very versatile: swap any baby green for baby spinach, or use mature greens, such as kale or chard. Not a fan of feta cheese? Goat cheese or shredded cheddar would work just as well. Swap tomato for zucchini. And, use whatever flavor of Microgreens happens to be available to you.

Peach Pita Microgreen Pizza

Use whatever Microgreens are available to you, for this recipe, as the peaches pair delightfully with spicy, bitter, or sweet microgreens.

Homemade Sauerkraut

Keep in mind that in order to reap the health benefits and amazing probiotics of sauerkraut, it needs to be raw, so fresh, green cabbage and salt fit the bill.

Pickling Cucumbers…

The great thing about making your own pickles - pickling cucumbers - is it requires far less work, than say, canning tomatoes or peaches. And, nothing tastes as good as homemade!

Grilled Fruit

Your grille isn't just for meat & veggies - fruit takes on a whole new, intensely sweet flavor when grilled. We've got the scoop on how-tos and delicious ideas.

Strawberry Rhubarb Compote

Like bacon & egg and peanut butter & jelly, strawberries & rhubarb were made for each other! The sweet of the strawberry pairs with the tart of the rhubarb for a delightful combination! Our classic compote is perfect to top oatmeal, yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, ricotta or cottage cheese or simply enjoyed as-is!

Lemon Dill Salmon

Foil packet - that's the secret to our delicious (and deliciously easy!) salmon recipe!

Mojo Cuban Roast Pork

Juicy, succulent with garlic and citrus, intensely porky, and melt-in-your-mouth tender — sounds delicious, doesn't it? Our Mojo Cuban Roast Pork is an easy and tasty dinner, and bonus! provides for sandwiches the next day.

Asparagus Tart

When asparagus is on full force and coming in bulk, make the most of spring abundance with this cheesy tart.