The Juice pack was introduced in January to provide those participants that wanted to do a juice fast an easy and affordable option; for many it was a chance to add some extra fruits and veggies to their dinner table. I tried juicing and actually liked some of the concoctions […]
I love, love, love potatoes. No really- hubby vs. a beautiful, loaded, baked potato I honestly don’t know which would win my affections. (rest assured kids vs. potato? I would of course choose the kids). The potato is so versatile- it can be the star of the show or […]
When I printed up the Bountiful Basket Volunteer Site Coordinator (VSC) paperwork on Friday night I looked through and was surprised to see that we would only be receiving one yam per basket. When I told my husband, he was equally surprised and we proceeded to have a merry (albeit […]
One of the (many) drawbacks of being a gluten-free and nut-free household is that PB&J sandwiches are few and far between. This is hard for me because not only do I love that lunchbox staple, particularly when accompanied by a tall glass of milk (another no-no in our house), but […]
The radishes are staring at you, and you are staring at them. What in the world will you do with 6. You can slice one or two up in a regular green salad with dinner, or perhaps use them in some coleslaw with the cabbage you received this week, but […]
PrintRustic Italian Soup Ingredients1 lb. Italian sausage 2 tbsp virgin coconut oil 2 carrots (diced) 2 green onions (diced) 1 tbsp dried basil (if using fresh basil reduce by 1/2 and add when the soup is done) 1 1/2 cups zucchini 1 1/2 cups yellow squash 1 cup […]
Looking for a new and unique way to fix your butternut squash from this week’s basket? Try Garam Masala Butternut Squash Soup. It’s a slighly spicy, different twist on traditional squash soups. Garam Masala is a mixed spice used commonly in Indian dishes. Garam Masala can be purchased pre-mixed or made on […]
I love Chicken Tikka Masala, but an authentic recipe requires an overnight marinade, grilling, a multitude of ingredients, and many dirty dishes. So, I set out to create a flavor that was pretty close, but could be made by anyone in less than 30 minutes in just one pot.