A classic recipe for hot summer snacking!
A creative and delicious way to use tomatoes and fruit!
Smoky and meaty. These mushrooms could impress even the most serious of carnivores.
The dressing and marinade for this salad are so good you could drink them. Try the marinade for steak or chicken breast if you have that on hand!
30 minute pickles!
Lemony, garlicky and covered in parmesan. Need I say more?
Simple side salad that makes the most of pantry staples.
One pan meatballs that are light enough to serve all summer long!
A simple spring, fruit crumble that makes rhubarb shine!
Quick and easy week night dinner that requires only one pan!
Deceptively simple and delicious. These rolls great fresh from the oven or as leftovers!
A member sent us the following recipe. What a great way to use the TC Farm spinach you get in your produce boxes. And a delicious way to start the morning too!
The best part about this recipe is that you can substitute almost any of the ingredients for something that you have on hand and it ALWAYS turns out!
A perfect warming soup for a dreary evening.
One of my favorite ways to eat pork chops. If you don't have whole fennel seeds at home, it's worth a trip to the store to get some for this recipe!
This recipe is delicious at room temp and piping hot and comes together super quickly on a weeknight.
This salad combines salty, sweet, tangy and crunchy in a surprising but delicious way!
So simple and good for your soul!
The sweetness of the dates balances the bitterness of the radicchio to make a super side dish that can easily be adapted to include items you already have at home. Try serving it over barley for a hearty grain salad!
This pasta is simple and easy enough for a weeknight but decadent enough for a weekend dinner.
Absolutely, mouth watering. Best enjoyed with lots of crusty, buttery bread. This recipe, adapted from Molly Baz's cook book makes leeks something you will want to eat every. single. week.
A fun twist on a classic - Mac and Cheese is so much better if you make it yourself!
Make this classic with heritage flour and like magic its healthy!
Sweet, simple, and always delicious!
This simple one-skillet-meal makes these under appreciated root veggies shine.
Citrus like kumquats and oranges make for a refreshing twist on pineapple upside down cake!
Whether you use kumquats or oranges this marmalade is just as tasty on toast as it is on a cheese board.
The sneakiest way to eat your kale. And it is seriously tasty.
The Trumpet mushroom's jumbo size and hardy texture make them perfect for grilling!
Shallots, butter and scotch....need I say more?
Mushrooms and marinara are a match made in heaven.
Homemade curry that tastes better than take out.
Forest nameko, brown clamshell, and maitake mushrooms add big flavor to this creamy soup.
Garlic and sesame combine to make the perfect savory sauce.
Sweet and simple, this recipe takes the intimidation out of roasting a stalk's worth of Brussels sprouts!
A moist dense cake that is rich like pudding. A fun treat and fantastic paired with vanilla ice cream.
A quick and delicious way to serve baby bok choy.
I LOVE this creative way to use Swiss chard and it always gets rave reviews. Try this recipe without the pasta for delicious side. Just cut back a bit on the oil and butter.
This warming stew is perfect for chilly weather! It's a great way to use up greens that may be hanging around. Kale, collard greens, escarole, dandelion greens, you name it!
A quick seasonal pasta for any squash, but especially those seasonal heirloom pumpkins!
Heritage turkeys make all the difference, but here are some tips to a fantastic meal.
In addition to a side for thanksgiving, this can also be used as a spread for leftover Turkey sandwiches or mixed into yogurt or oatmeal!
A flavor packed dish that won't require a trip to the store.
This salad is perfect for using up leftover fresh herbs and veggies. Feel free to put your own twist on it!
An easy and tasty way to eat mini pumpkins!