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5 STEP TATER TOTS

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Many make-at-home Tater Tot recipes call for lots of ingredients and techniques and fuss that usually is not worth all the effort – not when you can just buy a bag of them pre-fried and then simply bake them off in the oven, right? Well here is a recipe that...

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SUMMER SMOKED SALMON & CHARD SPAGHETTI

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This dish cooks quite quickly so it is best to have all the ingredients ready to add to the pan before beginning to cook. You can combine onion, fennel & pepper together but keep the chard & tomato separate as these will go in at slightly different times. The smoke,...

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RED, WHITE & FOOD

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PEPPER-JELLY GLAZED BEETS A simple and delicious way to enjoy beets or radish. The butter, vinegar & jelly ingredients slowly reduce into a glaze as they cook the beets and season everything together. Other vinegars may be used (I used Raspberry in this previous post for Radish) but the Tarragon Vinegar...

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2 RECIPES AND A LOCAL FARM BOX

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OK, so I didn’t use the blackberries but you can eat them whilst you make these 2 recipes, and there isn’t a cauliflower in the box this week but we have plenty of them in the store! That being said, these 2 recipes use all of the Local Farm Box...

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DIP INTO DIPS THIS SUMMER

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As we reach the official start of Summer and temperatures soar, it is often the last time that we might want to turn on a stovetop or oven inside the house, let alone stand by the outdoor grill! So it is a perfect time to make these quick and delicious...

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FIG & BALSAMIC DRESSED KALE with GORGONZOLA & CANDIED PECANS

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This is a very simple and quick & easy way to serve kale that everyone will love—the combination of fig, balsamic, blue cheese and pecans cannot be beat! I like to add the vinegar a Tablespoon at a time because the fig preserve can vary in sweetness due to the...

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BUTTERMILK DILL DRESSING For BROCCOLI RADISH SALAD

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Also a great sauce for dipping fresh vegetables or chicken wings (as for Ranch Dressing) this makes a fabulous crisp and refreshing salad for a hot Summer day. Blanching time for the Broccoli depends on how thick the stems are- make sure to not overcook and have the florets soggy,...

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LEMON-VANILLA PANNA COTTA with FRESH BERRIES

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A Panna Cotta should not be overly firm with gelatin, but just hold together and shimmer when it is moved and yield to the edge of a spoon easily. Many flavors can be incorporated into this dessert, yet it should also not be overly sweet—think bittersweet chocolate or citrus and...

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“CSA Box Challenge” Recipes

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Thank you to GDG Guest Chef and former Iron Fork Champion Laura Wilson for taking on the CSA Box Challenge! Here are her delicious recipes:   Greenoia 2 cups quinoa 3 cups water 1 bunch chard 1 bunch lacinato kale 1 each preserved lemon (or fresh) Salt/pepper 1 T Olive oil Rinse quinoa well in a fine strainer.  Bring 2...

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PB&J THUMBPRINT COOKIES

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This recipe requires a dehydrated peanut powder that can be reconstituted with water to create peanut butter – a handy source of protein to hikers on long journeys! Here I have used it to replace a half portion of flour in a basic cookie recipe to pack the cookie with...

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