Rainbow Swiss Chard & Vegetarian Sausage

Chopped swiss chard with sliced of vegetarian sausage

Rainbow swiss chard is aptly named. It’s a cheerful tri-color variety of swiss chard, and the number of nutrients and vitamins it contains is kind of magical (Vitamins A, C, and K, potassium, magnesium, just to name a few). It also gets more vibrant and colorful when you cook it lightly.   Swiss chard is […]

Curry Lentil Soup

A white bowl of a thick lentil soup next to a loaf of crusty bread.

This recipe is a great option when your vegetable supply is low. Have you heard the term “languishing” to describe our mental health during the pandemic? When I looked at the four homely sweet potatoes in my produce basket, “languishing” seemed like the right word to describe them. Definitely time to make soup! As with […]

Sauteed Collard Greens

Sautee pan with leafy green vegetables and chopped nuts with a wooden spoon

Collard greens just may be my favorite vegetable (so hard to choose!), so they’re top on my list to buy during the few months of the year when I don’t get a CSA share. I do get beautiful collard greens in my farm shares, but not as often as I crave them.    Big Picture […]

Komatsuna

Komatsuna with yellow flowers on a wood background

Komatsuna Veggie Type: Leafy Greens Season: Fall-Spring Peak months:  October-November and March-April. Does not do well in cold or heat. Uses: Komatsuna, also called Summerfest, is a mild, tender Asian leafy green. It can be eaten raw or cooked, so try it in a salad, stir-fried, or in a soup. The slender stems maintain their […]