We all know what we are having on Thursday. But what are you going to have for dinner the rest of the week? Here’s an It’s Not Easy Eating Green menu for this week to get you in the mood for Turkeyday! Sunday: Football day is Texas Chili Real Texas Chili goes well with pretty […]
In my last post I promised you a new recipe. This is one I developed while trying to come up with a recipe to use the delicious Happy Valley Rewarewa Honey provided me by the company. It was delicious honey, and works well in this recipes. However, it’s a waste of good honey to use […]
Leftovers are brilliant, but what’s even better is repurposing them into something completely different. If you live in New England, there is a decent chance that your Thanksgiving leftovers include at least a small bowl of Butternut squash. It may even be already mashed. If so, there is also a good chance you everything you need […]
I saw the cutest little squash the other day at the store and I knew I had to make them. They were Honeynut squash, a new breed developed at Cornell University, are about the size of a baking potato and several times sweeter than standard Butternut squash. When I saw them I immediately thought of […]
You may wonder how to go about creating an original recipe. Sometimes it’s combining ingredients that just seem to go together to create something delicious (I hope). Other times it takes research, long thought and experimentation. For these granola bars, I started by finding what other people did. Here is a list of some granola […]
I have such a dedicated sweet tooth that I cannot keep anything sweet in the house. Cookies, cakes, pies, and ice cream disappear far too quickly. I have managed to train myself to stay away from the chocolate chips, but other than that any little scrap of chocolate that is less than 70% dark will […]
To go with yesterday’s profile piece on Red Tomato, I wanted to share a recipe for grilled stone fruit. I know first hand that Red Tomato’s Eco Peaches are very tasty this year, and delicious in this recipe. What better way to get your summer grilling on than a little grilled sustainable Eco Peaches???? A […]
In summer when the corn is sweet and juicy, you need to add very little to make it perfect. This salad takes two classics, corn salad and succotash and melds them into one lovely summer dish. Pillowy butter beans and sweet corn are tossed with a simple buttermilk dressing. It’s summer and it’s southern. Happiness.