This is a super quick and easy green hot sauce recipe. No roasting or boiling required!
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SFMade is a California non-profit corporation, that is focused on building San Francisco’s manufacturing sector. As a long time support of buying local, I love seeing what comes out of SFMade and this week they really caught my eye with a local summer cocktail recipe. Local summer cocktail recipes Distillery No.209 is a true SFMade […]
Nothing says ‘summertime’ like a ripe juicy melon! But what then? What do you do once you’ve eaten all the red juicy deliciousness, spit out all the seeds, and cleaned every melon slice right down to the watermelon rind? Especially for fruitivores who hate food waste, the answer’s easy: you eat the rinds, too!
The folks at Francis Ford Coppola Winery sent a nice reminder to enjoy some cocktails — and summer — before it ends. 3 Summer Cocktail Recipes Summer will officially end on Saturday, September 21 and so when Francis Ford Coppola Winery, one of my favorite wineries, sent some summer cocktail recipes, I vowed to try […]
Summer time is synonymous with grillin’ and chillin’. And who does that better than dad? This Father’s Day, give him the day off from the flaming grill and serve him up a dad-sized vegan meal that’s fit for a king! We’ve got a great menu below for your dad’s day feast!
Vegetarian and vegan recipes in Cajun cooking are few and far between. This one is a twist on the traditional corn side dish called maque choux, which is pronounced “mock shoe.” My grandmother made it in the summer time when fresh corn is sweet and abundant. My mother usually serves it with barbeque chicken and dirty rice.
Imagine crisp sweet corn, tender black beans and smooth cheddar cheese melted together between whole grain flour tortillas. My mouth is watering already. I am not exaggerating when I saw this is my favorite summer meal. I could eat these quesadillas every day for a week straight and not get sick of them. In fact, […]
When my fridge and counter-top are loaded with summer veggies, pasta becomes my go-to weeknight meal. It’s fast, easy, and incredibly versatile. You can turn just about any vegetable into a pasta sauce. Here’s how:
Heatwaves tend to have a way of killing appetites and making us feel too lazy to cook. Before succumbing to a freezie & popsicles diet, try out these energy-boosting, easy, oven-free meals and nutritional necessities.
We’re all about local eats around here, and what’s more local than food you grew on your balcony or in your own back yard? With summer here in full swing, it’s a great time to get some tomato plants going. It might be a bit late to start from seed, but score some nice organic […]
I don’t know about you guys, but since learning that canned tomatoes contain BPA, I haven’t been buying them. It’s sort of put a crimp in my cooking, since tossing in a can of tomatoes was such a nice way to add flavor and nutrition to soups, stews, and sauces. Luckily, the folks at Pomi […]
Summer’s here, which means that the farm is kicking into full gear. Although I relished spring’s shoots, salad greens, and sugar snap peas, the arrival of summer produce brings a different kind of thrill. What are you most looking forward to seeing at your farmers market, in your weekly CSA box, or ripening in your […]
There’s something about the first couple days of heat that always gets to me. Even though summer hasn’t officially begun, it’s been unseasonably hot here in Missouri. After sweating all day on the farm, I come home feeling worn out and dehydrated. The one thing that really helps me adjust to summer temperatures is coconut […]