Kale chips are great with just olive oil and sea salt, but new and exciting seasonings make them even better. Try seasoning them with garlic and onion jam, maple balsamic vinegar, or an experimental flavor combination of your own.
Stuffed peppers are the perfect solution for a quick weeknight meal. They also make a colorful dish to serve to guests for lunch or dinner.
Now that the chipmunks have had their fill, beautiful, large tomatoes from the garden are ready for oven-roasting and storing for future use.
Grill the freshest corn you can find, and dress it up with creamy mayo, zesty lime, sweet honey, spicy sriracha, and salty cheese, to take the sweet, slightly nutty, lightly charred, juicy corn kernels to a whole new level.
It may sound strange, but grilled kale is delicious! Pair it with spiced rice and a seafood main course for a light and simple dinner.
A refreshing summer lunch is just minutes away. Rip up some lettuce, chop a few veggies, and top with quality cheese and oil and vinegar, no recipe or instructions are needed for this garden salad.
By using both the meat and the stock from the bird, this chicken and rice dish is especially flavorful. The freshness of the vegetables adds a great summer crunch!
Wild wineberries, a cousin to the raspberry, provide a delicious base for this fruity sorbet. The lemon balm simple syrup gives it citrusy twist, making it a fresh summer dessert.
If you are stuck with more cucumbers in your garden than you know what to do with, mix some up with rice wine vinegar, sesame seeds, and cilantro for an Asian-inspired cucumber salad.
When tossed with coconut oil, soy sauce, and maple syrup, roasted cabbage has a natural sweetness and a mellow flavor. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, this recipe will work in almost any situation.
Stir fry is all about prep. Have your pork and veggies sliced and ready to go before you start cooking, and this recipe will be a breeze.
Fresh cucumbers and onions get a seasoned twist when canning season comes around. These sweet and crunchy bread and butter pickles are a great way to put abundant produce to good use, put away some summer flavor for the winter, or satisfy a craving.
Although many bakers avoid gluten or dairy free recipes for fear of dry, flavorless baked goods, these melt-in-your-mouth muffins will dispel any myths about nontraditional ingredients with their decadent texture and delicious flavor.
Get ready to select, store, and savor like a pro with these six ways to put your community supported agriculture (CSA) share to the best possible use.
This unique pizza features savory ingredients like mozzarella, bacon, asparagus, caramelized, onion, and basil.
A brine seasoned with garlic, salt, vinegar, and spices brings out the natural flavors of asparagus, and will have your family and friends happily munching away on this pickled treat.
Fresh spinach stir fried with a few seasonings and garlic makes a tasty side dish in minutes.
To make a bowl of rice more interesting and nutritious, add cucumbers and fresh herbs.
The sap is running and maple sugaring season is well under way. Use the season's natural sweetner to create a silky crème brûlée with a caramelized sugar crust.
Warm and filling, this savory and sweet dish has added flavor with a miso-sesame dressing.