This was my first time cooking with Honey-nut Squash and WOW! I'm in love. I was never a big Butternut Squash fan, it was always just a little too boring for my taste, and this was the ultimate squash upgrade! I was introduced to this gem by my friend Kayte, who suggested simply roasting and drizzling with Maple Syrup for breakfast. YUM! I decided to incorporate it into a savory dinner dish, adding to a classic Yellow Coconut Curry and serving over Jasmine Rice! ( : It turned out delicious! I amped it up a little with some homegrown Hungarian Hot Peppers which balanced out the sweetness beautifully. Ingredients: 1 tbsp Coconut Oil 1 Honey-nut Squash 1 Large Carrot 1 Small...
This soup is OUT OF CONTROL GOOD!!! We used Lion's Mane to replace the crabmeat, which I found on the clearance rack at Lemon St. Market for $1 (SCORE!) We got the inspiration after going to Bistro Barbaret for breakfast, they had these incredible French baguettes and I couldn't leave without one. George suggested we try making a bisque with the lion's mane to pair with the bread for dinner.
It was my mom's birthday this week and she absolutely LOVES Black Raspberries! I found some growing wild on the side of the road, and knew I had to make a sweet treat for her special day!! This week has been super hot, so I felt like Ice Cream was the way to go ( :
My CSA included this recipe from chef Adam Boyd in a previous box, and I made a couple adjustments based off what I had on hand and my personal preferences. It is VERY filling and pairs great with a little flatbread/naan or a green salad. The flavors will transport you to the beautiful mountains of northern Thailand!
It may be Spring, but this quarantine has me craving warm, hearty foods, and lots of SUGAR! I also signed up for a local bread baker's CSA, (Front Porch Baking Co.) which is AMAZING, but the thing about fresh bread is that it goes stale pretty fast, so I've been having fun getting creative with ways to use any extra bread I have ( : All that being said, this recipe hit all my requirements! Super simple but sooooooo GOOD!