How to Make a Big Batch of Homemade Sauerkraut

Homemade sauerkraut is the bomb. Seriously. I know, I know. If you are like me, you hear the word sauerkraut and think YUCK. But I’m guessing if that is your

Should You Consider an Organic Produce Delivery?

Are you an investigator like me? Sometimes I drive myself nuts. I get so busy looking into this and that and then I NEVER do anything about it. I’m trying

Quick Sauerkraut with a Head of Cabbage

Have you ever made homemade sauerkraut? Even if you think you don’t like it, please promise me you’ll give the homemade type a chance. It’s SO much better. Not only

Sauteed Swiss Chard

This might look sort of disgusting, but trust me. It’s REALLY yummy. I had some Red Chard from my Door-to-Door Organics Box that gets delivered to my house weekly. (Check

Simple Egg Salad

Eggs are an awesome source of protein. Not all of my family members like egg salad sandwiches, but for the ones that do, this recipe has been a hit! It’s

Zesty Roasted Potatoes

These potatoes are a yummy and relatively easy to make. My kids DEVOUR them. They go well as a side dish with any meat or fish. In fact, we had

Too Much Kale? Dehydrate it!

I have to admit that this is an experiment. So, I might need your help to give it a try as well and together we’ll see if this works…. First

A Tasty, Simple Grilled or Roasted Beet Recipe (even beet-haters might like it!)

My first memory of beets was in first grade, Mrs. Dion’s class, at Lincoln Elementary School. I have NO idea why, but we got the opportunity to try pickled beets.

Summer Veggie Salad

I love summer veggies! There are so many colors, textures, crunches and bursts of flavor. I whipped this up tonight. I often get the “munchies” in the evening and this

Cheesy Vegetable Chowder (with Homemade Croutons on top!)

When the seasons change and the weather gets cold, one of my favorite things to eat is soup! I love trying new recipes, switching up ones I find in cookbooks

Roasted Eggplant Dip – From Nourishing Traditions

Eggplant is one of those vegetables that people either love or hate. Part of loving them is knowing what to do with them! There is always the good ‘ole standby

Canned Salsa Recipe (with simple canning instructions)

I am just about sick of dealing with tomatoes, aren’t you? I love them, I really do. But by the middle of September after I’ve stewed, sauced, dehydrated, chopped, pureed

Tomato Soup: A Great Homemade Recipe (using fresh tomatoes)

Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes! Tomato sauce, tomato paste, tomato salsa. And my favorite – TOMATO SOUP! This is a great recipe for this time of year when tomatoes are going crazy.

A Bowl of Quinoa and Swiss Chard

Swiss chard is a relatively new veggie to me. I’ve had the great opportunity over the last 2 summers to work for Earthkeeper Farm at our local farmer’s market on

Preserving your summer veggies!

If you have a garden, you know how much work it is to get it ready, plant   the seeds, water it, and weed it. Then, if you are lucky,