April 17th, 2017

Food Goal Level “Squash Blossoms” Achieved

Eating stuffed squash blossoms from Founding Foodie Amy’s kitchen brings back many memories for her partner in crime Sarah. These delicate little flowers remind her how far she’s come and how far she has to go on her food knowledge journey. Has she achieved master level with these cheesy, crispy squash blossom quesadillas or does she have much left to learn? Continue reading Read more

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April 3rd, 2017

Early Spring Onions: A Grilled Reprieve From Winter

Hello spring and all your lovely veggies! It may not be easy to find the hidden gems of early spring, as Founding Foodie Sarah discovers this week, but once you do get ready to pounce. Blink and you’ll miss them! While waiting with baited breath, eat up this charred and melty grilled spring onion, a perfect partner to your grilled chicken. Continue reading Read more

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April
We're welcoming spring by giving love to the lesser known, lesser used early seasonal vegetables. Think ramps, fiddlehead ferns, garlic scapes and dandelion greens. They might be hard to come by, but they are so worth the effort!