Basil Caprese Salad-all day, every day =) Basil porkchops Bell Peppers Stuffed peppers with chicken sausage and quinoa. This is one of my favorite “go-to” recipes Blueberries Blueberry muffins-Made with oats, flaxseed, and whole wheat flour! You’ll love this in the morning or a snack during the day! Dill Lemon dill sauce to put on…… Continue reading Summer CSA Week 3
Basil Pesto Caprese salad. One of my favorite summer sides! Made this a few times! Blueberries Blueberry pancakes. Made from a mix; sorry no recipe. But I did just go blueberry picking, so stay tuned for some yummie blueberry treats! Cilantro Grilled cilantro, lime shrimp skewers. Season uncooked shrimp with chopped cilantro, lime juice, and…… Continue reading Summer CSA week Two
I’m so happy I planted kale in my garden this spring. It is thriving and it’s pretty awesome having fresh kale for my shakes and salads. This salad is so refreshing and super easy to throw together! I used my go to homemade dressing (see recipe below).
Last year I shared my love for simple and easy dinners. In case you missed it, click here to read about my 12 easy dinner ideas. Having quick meals, meaning easy prep and easy clean up, leaves you with more time to enjoy your summer! This dish is perfect because all it calls for is…… Continue reading Pasta with Pesto, Mozzarella, and Cherry Tomatoes
I’m so excited to participate in another CSA! This year I’m doing a 10-week full share from Beckett Farms in Glasotonbury, CT. The following is what I received and made from the first week: Sorrel Pesto. I mixed sorrel and basil together. Ingredients 5 cups basil 1 cup sorrel 1/2 cup unsalted almonds 1 cup…… Continue reading 2016 Summer CSA week 1
No joke, these are delicious! And even better, no baking required, just measure, mix, and freeze! These are a perfect treat to make ahead of time for a party and trust me, you won’t be mad if there are left overs! Orginal recipe found here
I’ve never made anything like this dish before, but I was pleasantly surprised with how great it tasted. The crunchiness and saltiness of the bacon pairs well the creaminess of the broth. I used fresh corn from left over corn on cob and fresh kale from my garden! A tip when cutting the corn off…… Continue reading Corn and Kale Chowder