Madeley Kale

A bundle of madeley kale on a wood background

Madeley Kale Veggie Type: Leafy green  Season: Available year round  Peak months: November-February Uses: Sweet, productive and hardy heirloom kale from England that gives you lots of food. It makes armloads of beautiful big leaves. It is hardier and more tender than a lot of other kale varieties. Madeley Kale Inspiration More dinosaur kale inspiration […]

Fall Tossed Salad

Close shot of salad of mixed greens, mung bean sprouts, nuts, seeds, carrots

Hello, Fall Tossed Salad! When cucumbers and tomatoes are no longer in season, you might find yourself feeling a little less inspired to make tossed salads. To keep things interesting during the colder months, I highly recommend making homemade mung bean sprouts. The process is easy but does take forty-eight hours for the beans to […]

Kale, Apple & Farro Salad

Wood salad bowl with salad forks, filled with small pieces of curly kale, apples, and farro

This salad is a celebration of textures, seasons, and flavors. I like to make it when apples are first in season, but then make some variation of it all winter long. You can load it up with whatever fresh and dried fruit you have on hand, and this tangy Fresh Lemon Vinaigrette will keep it […]

Simple Bread & Tomato Salad

Bread and tomato salad in a wood bowl

Think of this salad as a tomato sandwich in a bowl. Bread, tomatoes, and oil are the stars, and you can improvise from there.   How To Make a Simple Bread & Tomato Salad Plan for roughly one part toasted bread, one part tomatoes, any optional additions you want, and a vinaigrette. On this late summer […]

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 […]

Summer Succotash with Swiss Chard

Bowl of succotash

Succotash always comes to mind when zucchini and tomatoes are in abundance and I have leftover sweet corn. I recommend cooking fresh sweet corn the same day you get it and making a couple of extra ears while you’re at it—that way you can plan to make succotash the next day. I like to add […]

Joi Choi

One bunch of of joi choi type of bok choy on a wood background

Joi Choi Veggie Type: Cabbage; a type of bok choy Season: Winter Peak months: November-December Uses:  Joi Choi Inspiration More joi choi inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.

Claytonia

Overhead photo of a plastic bag of circular shaped leafy greens with stems

Claytonia Veggie Type: Leafy Green Season: Winter Peak months: February – May Uses:  Claytonia Inspiration More claytonia inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.

Chard

A hand holding a bundle of green chard outdoors over a deck

Chard Veggie Type: Leafy Green Season: Summer or Fall, depending on your region Peak months: In cold climates, harvest around June. In hot climates, harvest around November. Uses:  Chard Inspiration More chard inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as […]

Perpetual Spinach

Several large leaves of perpetual spinach on a wood background

Perpetual Spinach Veggie Type: Chard Season: Fall Peak months: June-October Uses:  Perpetual Spinach Inspiration More perpetual spinach inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.