This is my favorite time of year. Who doesn’t love hot apple cider, pumpkin carving, Halloween decorations and of course, apple picking!
If you’re looking to eat amazingly fresh food, support local farmers, and live a more sustainable lifestyle, then consider investing in a farm share. Also known as Community Supported Agriculture (or CSA), farm sharing has become an increasingly common option for consumers to purchase food directly from a local farm.
It seems like the differences between those that want to cook and be healthy and those that want quick, cheap meals is becoming more defined. What can we do to make a difference?
It seems like every neighborhood in Atlanta has a community garden these days, and since my running partner and I have been marathon training, I’ve been seeing more and more of them during our long, winding, weekend runs. I thought it might be fun to grab the camera and share some community garden goodness with you guys!
Local chefs whipped up these peach cocktails on the fly using ingredients from the farmers market across the street!
I just got back from a visit to Atlanta, Georgia where I got to a visit to some outrageous farmer’s markets. All of that fresh, local fruit inspired this recipe for a peach salsa that will go great with just about anything.
Sweet, tart, and juicy. Red raspberries are in season now. Add this fruit to your snacks and meals for an added fiber and vitamin C boost.
Summer weather calls for cool, fresh meals. Since romaine lettuce is in season from the start of spring well into the late summer months, each meal has potential to contain that crispy cool satisfaction.
Spring has arrived (finally in Michigan) and with it comes lovely vegetables like asparagus. Over the years this green spear has grown on me tremendously. So what makes this veggie so great? Here are the nutrition facts, and great preparation ideas!
Local farms are selling salad mix again! Spring must finally be here!
Check out my top picks for spring radish recipes!
Winter isn’t over yet, alas. But this recipe for maple-roasted butternut squash will help you forget your cravings for spring greens!
If you’re as sick of winter as I am, try one of these vegan Caribbean recipes.