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Don’t Turn Up Your Nose At Turnips!

January 11, 2017  |  Recipes

I sell vegetables for a living and yet I am the first person who makes it a habit to eat the same ones week in and week out. It’s easy. And when you’re busy, easy is comfortable. Despite being able to say I enjoy most vegetables, I have to admit there are plenty I rarely […]

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Versatile Vegetable Slaw

February 4, 2015  |  Recipes

Making a slaw out of an array of vegetables is a great way to add a fresh, crisp addition to a winter dinner. Here’s a versatile recipe that is great on fish, tofu, or chickens tacos. It makes a great side as well. The vegetable combination below is my favorite, but you can use any […]

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Baked Chard Stems – A Savory Treat

January 28, 2015  |  Recipes

The stems of Chard are often overlooked when cooking these delicious greens, but here is a recipe worth trying that features them as the main ingredient. The stems melt in your mouth making this a savory side dish. I recommend serving the greens on the plate, too, lightly sautéed with a bit of garlic, olive […]

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Vegetable Cobbler featuring Rutabagas

January 21, 2015  |  Recipes

Finding inspiration in the kitchen during the depths of winter can be challenging for most people. To be completely honest, the challenge to be creative with root vegetables and the limited greens and other produce available locally inspires me. I am pretty sure I am one of the few people who developed a craving for […]

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