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!
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!
Similar to candies yam, candied pumpkin or squash makes for a deliciously sweet dish that could easily be enjoyed as a dessert!
Healthier than restaurant fries but just as delicious!
Here is a versatile recipe to use up any veggies you have around for a tasty dinner
A twist on potatoes au gratin packed with ooey gooey cheesy goodness.
There are a few methods out there for how to cook spaghetti squash. In my opinion, halved and baked cut side down is the best method. Hands down.
A universally simple and delicious way to cook any squash...except spaghetti squash.
A hearty fall or winter salad that is sure to satisfy!
Why make baba ganoush when you could make hummus? Here is a recipe that just might become your favorite appetizer
This week's produce share features some GIANT and not-so-giant kohlrabi, here are a few ideas on how to cook this funny-looking veggie.
August is the perfect time to make fresh salsa when tomatoes are at their ripest and fresh jalapeños are on hand!
The perfect, quick summer salsa recipe for everything from dipping chips to topping off homemade tacos, fajitas, enchiladas!
This simple and easy tomato juice makes the most of this week's produce box. Enjoy by itself or incorporate it into a delicious homemade bloody mary!
This simple recipe lets the unique flavor and texture of sunchokes shine!
The perfect pasta to ensure that none of the local, organic veggies in your produce share go to waste!
Dandelion greens are bitter and a great flavor accent to a fresh salad. But what if you have a whole bunch by themselves? Here is a fantastic summer side to make and some tricks to get the bitters out of the greens and other great flavors!
A seasonal favorite paired with a classic topping
Did you happen to get some Romanesco in this week's TC Farm produce package and wondering what to do? This dish is a delicious, light and tasty way to prepare those gorgeous florets!
A great recipe to make. Fantastic with chicken or really any protein you'd like!
This dish is so simple to make and goes great with grilled chicken or steaks!
Betsy made this amazing dish from one of our favorite cookbooks using this week's Fava Beans!
Its easy to make this tasty toping for pancakes, French toast or even yogurt!
A fantastic summer dish, easy to make a day or so ahead of time!
We missed having real pickles around and our last produce delivery had a bit more radish than we wanted on fresh salads.... So we made these super easy pickled radishes and enjoyed them on burgers, brats or just by themselves!
This is a super fun dish to make!
We had this soup at a fancy Bed and Breakfast once - amazing! Its good as a main dish, side or maybe even dessert?