This shopping list comes to us from Kelsi Windmiller.
February is a tricky month for fresh local fruits and vegetables. Luckily, there will be newly in-season produce coming in from the warmer states. Keep your eyes out for some fresh berries! Otherwise, try to make the most out of what is in season all year ’round. Read more »
With flowers on our mind this month, we can’t stop thinking about different ways in which they intrigue us. Edible flowers have graced dishes for centuries, it isn’t a new thing or a new fad, but right now we just happen to be hooked on some of the beautiful dishes we are seeing.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat better, you’re not alone. We can’t wait to explore new, healthy recipes in 2013. To help you stick to your plan, our new recipe contributor, Kelsi Windmiller (learn more about her this Sunday on our blog!), has compiled a list of in-season produce you should be looking for right now. What recipes are on your to-do list for January? Read more »
The holidays are upon us now, and if you’re looking for a festive cocktail to serve at your New Year’s Eve party or just to sip on while cuddling by the fire with your sweetie on Christmas Eve, we’ve got the recipe for you. Read more »
Cranberries are one of my favorite berries, and I love them in every form: ripe, dried, juiced, you name it. Their sweet and sour taste makes them addicting – dried cranberries are one of my favorite things to snack on. In addition to being delicious they are also incredibly good for you, and second only to blueberries in terms of their antioxidant powers. Read more »
Fuel your taste buds with new recipes and knowledgeable cooking tips. Healthy food makes for a good heart and great well being. We want to share our love and exploration of food with you in hopes that you pick up something new.