Posts filed under: Garden to Table Recipes

Raspberry Balsamic Vinaigrette

As the days are starting to warm up, I find myself craving fresh greens. As we’re falling into the spring season, I also am starting to crave the fresh berries that I know summer will be bringing soon! I came across one last package of frozen raspberries in my freezer...

FAVORITE FARRO SALAD

I love this salad because it is so versatile and you can switch it seasonally with whatever is growing in your garden or local farmer’s market availability. Farro is a plant and grain all on its own, with a nutty undertone yet feels lighter than most whole grains. Farro does...

Quick & Healthy Salad Dressing Recipes

One of the first things in my health journey I started to do was to look for chemicals or fake ingredients in all the food I was consuming.  One of the most disappointing findings was the garbage and sugar in my “healthy” salad dressings. I wasn’t even a big salad...

Garden Minestrone Soup

It’s feeling like soup time around here in Wisconsin! The past weekend, I put together this minestrone soup I wanted to share with you all. Feel free to add or omit to your liking! I have a tendency to keep adding to the pot as I go! We are calling...

Winter Squash

GARDEN TO TABLE SERIES ​Head over to Nurit Raich to get the Butternut Squash Soup recipe we shared on our Instagram Live this afternoon. If you missed it, here are a few highlights. This is a great staple to complement our seasonal feast chat we had last week. Read below for growing...

A SEASONAL FEAST

Seasonal foods are more essential to our health and wellness than we realize.  As we enter into new seasons we all have our favorite dishes we love. Personally, my favorites are anything cranberry and pumpkin. Would you be surprised if I told you that your body craves foods that are...

Need a quick break from H20?

TRY THESE SIMPLE BEVERAGES! I used to crave the carbonation when I first cracked open that Diet Dr. Pepper years ago. Those days are long gone.  Now I have my water bottle in tow everywhere I go and most of the time, I’m content with just that.  But on those...

It’s Tomato Time!

The Seasonal  Midwest Antipasto! I long for fresh tomatoes all year, especially here in the Midwest.  Our window of growing is narrow.  They have a tendency to come all at once.  I feverishly preserve what I can and try to enjoy them in various meals while they are available to...