Category Archive for: Recipes

Ginger Pickled Root Veggies

Winter is a time for slowing down and eating more comforting foods. As we tend to move less and eat a little more than we would in say the warm summer months, digestion can be a bit off. Enter the pickle! Pickles help with digestion and provide a nice balance of flavors. Plus, they extend…

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Roasted Broccoli Quinoa Salad

When I’m preparing meals for the week, I almost always have some sort of grain salad on the list. They’re like a heartier version of the typical garden salad and in the winter, much more appealing. For this version I’ve combined protein-rich quinoa with roasted broccoli and kale. Lemon and cilantro lend a bit of…

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Turnip and Radish Greens with Turnips or Radishes

Recently I have learned about such variety of turnips and radishes from my local farm Loam Agronomics! Check out their vegetable guide. that is always growing This coming week we are getting more fun varieties of mustard greens and turnips. Some varieties like the scarlet turnips I love to eat raw with the vegan Ranch…

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Watermelon Radish Carpaccio with Lemon Mint Yogurt

Sometimes simple is best when it comes to farm fresh veggies. Watermelon radishes are so lovely in appearance and flavor that they don’t need much in the way of added ingredients. For this vegetarian take on carpaccio, raw radishes are thinly sliced and paired with tangy yogurt, lemon zest, and fresh mint to create an…

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Mixed Greens Soup with Cilantro Pistou

I’m all about soups once the weather cools down. It’s nice to be able to toss everything into one pot and end up with a comforting and nourishing bowl of goodness. In this version, greens are added at the very end and cooked until just wilted. Greens like chard and broccoli rabe not only taste…

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Miso Braised Daikon

When raw, daikon radish can be a bit spicy or pungent. But, if you cook it in a flavorful broth until it is meltingly tender, it becomes earthy and a bit sweet. Flavored with miso, ginger, garlic, and star anise, the braising liquid not only tastes delicious, but is good for the digestive system. Serving…

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Crudites with Vegan Ranch

Think creamy, luscious and flavorful! Think healthy ingredients to dip these fresh radishes and turnips from Loam Agronomics. Not that these vegetables aren’t already flavorful enough. Fresh from the farm to my plate. I am so grateful. Ingredients 1 cup cashews soaked overnight 1/3-1/2 cup neutral flavor oil (avocado or grape seed oil will work)…

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Egg Frittata

This egg frittata is dairy-free and can be made with egg whites. Because the ratio of coconut milk to eggs is high and because coconut milk is lighter than coconut cream, this frittata won’t weigh you down. Only have half as many eggs? Make in a smaller cast iron pan or have a thinner frittata.…

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Mashed Turnips with Crispy Shallots

It’s not just potatoes that are fit for mashing! Turnips make a delicious and beautifully-hued mash when paired with a few simple ingredients and topped with a sprinkle of crispy shallots. Though they have a somewhat humble appearance, turnips are a great source of Vitamin C, potassium, and calcium. So grab some turnips and let’s…

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Tendergreen Salad with Maple Dijon Vinaigrette

The leaves of the tendergreen mustard have a mild, peppery flavor and as their name suggests, are perfect for eating raw in salads. They’re high in Vitamins A and C and are a great option to change up your typical salad situation. Try this holiday-inspired salad as a side or top it with your favorite…

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