Baked Chard Frittata

My CSA posted this recipe on their Facebook page last week and I knew I wanted to try it. But I ended up making a bunch of changes. A lot of chard recipes say to discard or save the stems for another use, but I like to use them with the greens when possible. The … Continue reading

White Beans and Sausage with Kale

I’ve been holding off on a few posts because my photos have been coming out poorly. I’ve decided to post them anyway, add photos the next time I make those recipes. It’s a brand new year. This is a recipe from the New York Times that I have adapted a little for my CSA and … Continue reading

Pumpkin Crepes with Gorgonzola Sauce

Hi! I’m back! Things are a little nutty right now and I keep forgetting to photograph my work. But I did cook up a giant load of pumpkin the week after Halloween, and now I’m trying to find ways to use it. The night I cooked up all the pumpkin (that’s a big Cinderella pumpkin … Continue reading

Kitchen Disaster = Shiny New Recipe

I’ve made a lot of one pot dinners lately. You may have noticed. Tonight I got all ambitious and was going to make three dishes:  Salmon with Red Pepper Pesto, Brown Butter Orzo, and sautéed chard with garlic. Nice! Well, I made the pesto, browned some butter and got the orzo cooking, cleaned and sliced … Continue reading

Chicken Stew and Sweet Potato Biscuits

This recipe for Down-Home Chicken Stew is a delicious, relatively healthy recipe that uses up several fall CSA favorites – turnips, turnip greens, potatoes, and leeks. It takes a few steps, but if you do all your chopping first, you can do them at the same time. I also think it’s a great stew recipe … Continue reading