Recipes

Roasted Beets with Balsamic Glaze

If your only experience with beets has been from a can, please, give them another chance. It doesn’t have to be that way. This recipe is a simple one that enhances the incredible natura…

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Roasted Radishes

Y’all. This recipe by the Clever Carrot is killing it and it …

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Herbes de Provence & Rose Olive Oil Cake

Our recipe of the week from Local Milk Blog was picked because I literally just made this cake…

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Tomato-Pesto Fritata

Say what you want about Martha Stewart, Everyday Food is a gem that gave us this, a highly versatile…

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Strawberries in Wine with Mascarpone Cream

As French chef Mimi Thorisson’s states, “so many strawberries, so little time!” …

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Shakshouoka

Fresh from the press, this week we bring you a recipe from our featured chef Alon Shaya. Shakshuka is a traditional Middle Eastern dish of eggs cooked in tomato sauce, a simple but tasty di…

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Uncle Bob’s Fried Catfish

We’ve got another recipe from the folks at Garden & Gun this week…

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Creole Tomato Jam

Maybe there is something in the air, or maybe it is the abundance of juicy maters at the market… Either way, we are feeling inspired by tomatoes right now. With plenty to choose from - hy…

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Thai Pra Ram Tofu

This simple dish from Vegetarian Gastronomy comes together with very little prep time, an…

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Shrimp Creole

Let’s start the Lenten season off with a classic - shrimp creole. Pick up a few pounds of fresh shrimp, a few juicy tomatoes, and a handful of peppers from the market and you are good to …

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