Spiced Quinoa Tabbouleh

  At my CSA this week they said I could take all the parsley I wanted because no one seemed to be into it. Why not?? Tabbouleh!!! The more parsley the better.  This time… Continue reading

Yellow Squash, Potato, and Goat Cheese Gratin

  So much yellow squash and potatoes in my CSA share this week! Enough to easily make a double of this recipe from The Kitchn, and then some. I was nervous about making toooo… Continue reading

Scallion Pancakes with Rice- and Chickpea Flour

  Also from my CSA (how many posts will be beginning with that phrase??) I got a giant bunch of scallions, and I decided to make scallion pancakes because everyone seems obsessed with them.… Continue reading

Radish, Turnip, and Beet Chips

  Oh CSA joy – so many radishes!! I still had some left over from 2 weeks ago, and then I got another bunch. And a bunch of beets. And I also had a… Continue reading

Simple Basil Garlic Scape Pesto with Pumpkin Seeds

  This week in my CSA haul I got 2 garlic scapes and 2 bunches of basil – and I had some gf pasta in my pantry and was in the mood for comfort… Continue reading

Curry Coconut Kale

  Here’s another failure – although this one was 100% the fault of me not reading ingredients: I got all the way through making this recipe and was putting away the unused coconut milk… Continue reading

Lettuce Sauce over Smoked Salmon, Tomato, and Egg

  If you join a CSA, you have to expect that you’ll end up with some produce that you’re not especially fond of, and for me that’s lettuce.  Seriously, it’s so boring, and there… Continue reading

Leek Fried Rice

  Also from my CSA this week I got 6 leeks – so many! And there’s a bin where people can trade for things they don’t want which was full of discarded leeks. But… Continue reading

Radish, Turnip, Apple Salad

  After considering it for eons, I have joined a CSA – GWCSA to be specific – which is perfect for my blog since every two weeks I’ll have a bunch of random stuff… Continue reading

Leftover Brown Rice Cookies

  Here’s a likely candidate for “Worst of Year 3” – although, to be fair, it’s entirely my fault and not the fault of the original recipe from Mama Bake. I bet these would have… Continue reading