Somewhere between summer and fall you will find the season’s first acorn squash. With their sweet, yellow-orange flesh and a slightly nutty flavor, acorn squash are rich in antioxidants and a can’t-miss seasonal treat.
Asparagus is a sure sign that spring has sprung! Put a little asian twist on your fresh spring asparagus with this delicious stir-fry recipe featuring not only asparagus, but also green onions and mushrooms.
Now you might be thinking, ‘carrots and apples is a bit of an odd combination,’ but we can assure you, it’s not! In fact, it’s like eating apple pie for breakfast. YUM!
Mummies, Monsters, and Ghosts - oh my! This spooky charcuterie board is sure...
This is not your average horsy sauce. This sauce combines beets, horseradish, and goat milk chèvre for a beautifully colored, creamy sauce with a bit of a bite.
This isn’t your usual chili…it had butternut squash! Chili is delicious in it’s traditional state but we promise you’ll welcome the uniqueness of the added butternut squash.
Soup season is here! This recipe simply combines, squash, onion and garlic from you favorite local farmer, bone broth from Erie Bone Broth, and a bit of spice for a perfect Fall flavor.
Sweet potato and a little heat – what more could you want out of a Fall dish? Enjoy this delicious stir-fry overtop of your favorite grain to create a perfectly balanced meal.
A sweet potato fritter is much like a potato pancake. It combines grated sweet potato with other vegetables and spices for flavor, plus egg and flour so they stick together!
We can all agree that breakfast potatoes are amongst one of the most favored breakfast foods. This recipe turns those breakfast potatoes into a full meal with the addition of eggs and vegetables. Talk about the perfect breakfast!
You don’t have to spend a crazy amount of time chopping and arranging your vegetables perfectly to make ratatouille. This recipe gets you the same great taste with fresh ingredients while taking you a fraction of the prep time!
Soup isn’t just for cold winter nights. This soup uses several late summer vegetables including carrots, yellow squash, and leeks to create a creamy soup that is delicious enjoyed warm or cold!
When zucchini comes into season, they almost seem never ending. Luckily, there are so many fun things to make with zucchini and this recipe is one of them. Using the zucchini as the “chip” and topping with all the seasonal nacho essentials, you’re sure to love this recipe.
You can never go wrong with basil pesto. This recipe combines several summer produce and tosses them with a fresh basil pesto, making the perfect midday snack. You can even take it up a notch by adding in your favorite source of protein!
Adding blackberries to a savory dish may sound like a foreign concept, but don’t knock it til you try it! The slight bitter flavor of the blackberries followed by the sweet caramel-y flavor of the cooked onions stimulates your taste buds. And as an added bonus, it’s so easy to make!