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.

Asparagus Tart

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

Asparagus, Arugula, & Mushroom Tart

Pie for pi day! Make this green dish and serve it up for your St. Patrick's Day brunch!

All About…Plantains!

Not Bananas What is it? So, yes, technically a fruit, plantains are more often categoried as a vegetable as in many countries it is prepared more like a vegetable than a fruit. They're not eaten raw, but...
Sweet Potato & Kale Quiche

Kale Quiche with Sweet Potato Crust

Oh, quiche, how we love you! Quiche is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or lunch (who says you can't have it for dinner?) It's impressive to present to a crowd, but beyond easy to make. It's versatile: our version uses sweet potato and kale, to change things up a bit. This one is definitely on the menu this week!
Honey Ginger Lime Tropical Fruit Salad

Tropical Fruit Salad

Sure, chop up some fruit and call it fruit salad. It's the combination of tropical fruits and our ginger-lime dressing that makes this dish shine!

Stuffed Jalapeños

A surefire crowd pleaser! The warm, melty cheese balances out the heat of the peppers. These are simply to make and great for gatherings.
Poached Pear and Roasted Sweet Dumpling Squash

Sweet Dumpling Squash with Poached Pear

The sage adds some savory to balance out the sweet of the squash and pear. A very merrily married flavor profile indeed.
Jarred Seckel Pears

Spiced Honey Seckel Pears

Canning fruits and vegetables is a great way to preserve long after the season is over, to make use of abundance, and to enjoy in a new and different way, other than baked or raw....

Collard Green Spring Rolls

Colorful and packed with nutrients! We replace typical rice paper with collard greens to pack a punch of color and nutrition. Plus, this recipe is super versatile - try swapping in other veggies like radish or yellow pepper. Not a fan of tofu? Chicken strips would work just fine. And wait til you taste the dipping sauce!