Leafy greens (and beyond) take center stage as main course or exquisite accompaniment.

Chickpeas From Scratch

Posted January 11, 2017

I’m going to keep this post short and sweet, because I don’t want to hold up getting this non-recipe into your wholesome little hands pronto. I sure do keep canned chickpeas on hand because dinner is so last minute sometime,…

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The Magic of a Mandolin and Vegetable Carpaccio

Posted September 26, 2016

To spend the summer season living in Vermont has its peaks – all those green mountains, folks – and its perks, like the ever-flowing produce from farms just a property or two away from mine. With all those fresh vegetables…

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5 Quick Pickles to Preserve Spring and Summer Produce

Posted June 20, 2016

With an abundance of spring produce floating around my fridge, I had to get creative. Thankfully, I’ve recently learned that you can truly pickle anything. And what better way to spend a summer afternoon than saving all of the fruits and veggies of…

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Salad: It’s What’s for Dinner Tonight

Posted May 10, 2016

I’m all too familiar with the last-minute, there’s-nothing-to-eat-in-my-fridge dilemma. Maybe I haven’t been grocery shopping, or I’m sick of eating the leftover soup I made a few days ago. Either way, I continue to open the fridge expecting a miraculous discovery of new,…

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Six Savory Sides for Easter & Beyond

Posted March 21, 2016

Easter always meant more to me than bunnies, baskets, and jelly beans when I was growing up. It was a time to eat (any excuse in my family, really). And eat well. The brightly-colored eggs were masterfully pickled by my father…

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