Your little butternuts will love this hot, comforting, and delicious seasonal soup on a chilly fall day!
Celebrate National CSA Day with Simple Seasonal and join the growing movement to bring agriculture back to your local community.
Have you tried blue hubbard squash yet? This helpful guide will teach you everything you need to know about this sweet, nutty member of the squash family – including how to prep and cooking tips.
With cookies and candy abounding during the holidays, take a healthy break and enjoy a sweet and tart cranberry vinaigrette with some spicy winter greens.
Give your guests something to talk about with these beautifully ugly heirloom tomatoes healthfully arranged on a chilled polenta pie!
The PERFECT canning recipe for dill pickles! Complete with step-by-step photos and tips on how to make them look beautiful and get that coveted pickle “crunch!”
These leek and zucchini fritters are topped with an oozy poached egg & sweet, oven roasted tomatoes, making a messy explosion of summer garden flavor!
Have a close encounter of the veggie kind! These saucer-shaped goodies are cheesy, garlicky and full of veg, with a fun shape that kids will love, too!
Enjoy the sweetness of sugar snap peas and the gentle bite of chives as they shine through in this lightly delicate summer salad made with Israeli couscous.
Garlic Scape Pesto is made from the tender stems of garlic which has a mild and sweet garlic flavor. Use as traditional pesto on pasta or as a marinade.
This is not your grandma’s salad! Chopped Plum Salad is a culinary exploration of complex flavors that form a wonderful harmony of spicy, sweet, and tart.
Think all strawberry jam canning recipes are the same? In this post I share my secrets on how to take your strawberry jam from ordinary to extraordinary!
Snow Pea and Mizuna Stir Fry is mildly seasoned and crunchy, so that the fresh flavors of late spring shine through.
Grilled Chicken and Strawberry Salsa is fresh like spring and has the sweetness and heat of the coming summer.
Hungarian Mushroom, Leek, and Kale Pilaf still has the creamy and savory goodness of Hungarian soup but it’s a little lighter for warmer days, and it’s brightened-up with fresh spring leeks and kale!