Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Yams

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Yams (Japanese Sweet Potatoes, Ruby Yams or Yukon God Potatoes can be substituted) Ingredients: 1 pound of fresh organic Brussels sprouts 2 medium sized yams—preferably long & skinny 1 or more … Read More

Vegetable Ratatouille

Vegetable Ratatouille—Stew of Fresh, Seasonal Vegetables Ingredients: ½ medium onion (red preferred) 3-4 cloves of fresh garlic Assortment of fresh seasonal vegetables such as kale, broccoli, zucchini, cauliflower, fennel bulb, tomato (Heirlooms preferred, if available), … Read More

Red Cabbage—Hungarian Style, Sweet & Sour

Red Cabbage—Hungarian Style, Sweet & Sour Ingredients: Medium head of red cabbage 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil ½ onion 3 cloves fresh garlic 1 cup apple cider vinegar 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 tablespoon … Read More

Sweet-and-Sour Beets and Celery Root

Ingredients: 3 good size beets–including their green leaves stripped from stems 1 large celery root ½ large red onion (or yellow onion if preferred) ½ cup olive oil 6-8 fresh basil leaves—or 1 tablespoon dry … Read More

Steamed Baby Broccoli (Broccoli Rabe)

Ingredients: 1 bunch fresh, organic broccoli rabe (also known as broccolini) 5 leaves of fresh basil—or 1 tablespoon dry basil 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce (or 1 teaspoon soy sauce if you prefer) ¼ teaspoon dry … Read More

Herbed, Baked Potato And Garnet Yam Combo

Ingredients: 6 medium size potatoes—we find Yukon Gold most delicious for this recipe, but other kinds of spuds are good, too. 1 large Garnet Yam ½ cup olive oil ½ tablespoon dry basil ½ tablespoon … Read More

Powerhouse Vegetarian Protein Casserole

Better than carbo-loading for a Marathon—one cup of this energizer dish will keep you going for hours, without any sweet or caffeinated pick-me-ups.  What’s more, it’s inexpensive, stays fresh for more than a week in … Read More

Grenadier Marsh (German For “Grenadier March”)

It is said that this carbo-loading dish was originally devised by field-kitchen cooks short on rations with which to feed the Austrian Grenadiers (foot soldiers) they served on long distance marches during Europe’s Napoleonic wars. … Read More