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Organic at Home Is Totally Doable

More and more people are jumping on the organic train when looking for fruits and veggies at their grocery stores, farmer's markets and co-ops. This is fantastic news for our own health, the health of the environment, and the health of the people who grow...


Holiday Mushroom Soup

Holiday Mushroom Soup This dish was inspired by the need to serve a vegan, soul-warming dish over the holidays to my Aunt and Uncle, who  recently became vegan. Normally, our families' traditional holiday get-together-fare was very meat and cheese based, so this year in order to...


Kale, Sausage and Sweet Potato Casserole

Kale, Sausage and Sweet Potato Casserole (Inspired by Pinch of Yum) Casseroles, stews, pastas, salads are the workhorses: they are all dishes that can carry an amazing amount of ingredients on their shoulders. This one was inspired by the kale and sausage, and the rest of...


“The Seeds of a New Generation” on NYT

After the new Farm Bill passed this week, a happy article about big crop farmers (think corn and soy) diversifying their planting to include other edibles (read apples, broccoli, kale) is a boon (to them and us!) Check out this great article written by Michael...



Yup, the same little guys that made the kitchy-kitchen armadillos or hedgehogs or whatever the hell they were sprout green fluff. Those tiny black specks are called Chia seeds, and they add crunch, calcium, protein and valuable Omega-3's to any dish. When soaked in liquid...


Cold-weather gardening

See a lonely bed outside your window, covered in a thin blanket of snow? Fret not, your green thumbs need not twiddle for long. There are plenty of hardy (and tasty!) cool-weather crops that actually thrive in colder climates (think Kale, broccoli, and cabbages), and...