Winter Shepard’s Pie

Hello Friends! The March GRID magazine has hit the stands, and I encourage you to pick up a copy. I contributed a vegetarian shepard’s pie using in-season vegetables. Beautiful to look at, delicious to eat, and easily made vegan. If you’d like to make a faster recipe, skip the lentil crust – it’s just as delicious. I’m going to include the recipe below, but do … Continue reading Winter Shepard’s Pie

Delicious Greens and Faux-Southen food

What to do with a pile of greens that’s interesting, fast and delicious? I had a huge pile of kale and bored with all my old ideas. A little flip through Simply in Season saved the night with their kale with peanut sauce recipe. Organic peanut butter, garlic, red onions, and the result was delicious greens. I rounded out the meal with some quickly boiled … Continue reading Delicious Greens and Faux-Southen food

Another Local Fall Dinner Party

Why a dinner party? Because the Phillies were playing, and because my CSA was bursting out baskets. Pre-game we all sat down for dinner and wine and cheer, which helped us later, when we lost the game terribley. I love spaghetti squash, and served it with a homemade heirloom tomatoe and roasted garlic sauce that I made in the summer and froze. Yellow and orange … Continue reading Another Local Fall Dinner Party

An Impromtu Fall Dinner Party

Fall has arrived! My CSA is bursting with delicious Fall vegetables, and I was so excited to roast a big pan of vegetables, I had to throw an impromtu dinner party. A giant pan of yellow potatoes, sweet potatoes, and red onions, roasted with some garlic cloves, olive oil, pepper and salt. A salad of spinach and dandelion greens with cherry tomatoes – all from … Continue reading An Impromtu Fall Dinner Party