Harvest snap beans daily to prevent them from getting overripe (when you can see the shape of the beans within the pod). An overripe bean can be pickled, but it will not be as tender as less mature beans. This recipe makes the classic dilly bean.
This is a savory, warming sweet potato chili with black beans served over rice with lots of additions (the additions give it the tongue-in-cheek name of dirty rice!). This recipe was taught in a recent City Market class on making homemade hot sauce as an example of a great recipe to serve it with. If you like your chili well-spiced, feel free to use hot sauce in this recipe, or let each person put it on top of their own helping.
This cake is chock-full of berries and can easily be adapted to whatever fruit is in season. If you prefer, pecans or walnuts can be substituted for the almonds.
Make your own broccoli-based pesto and toss with quinoa for this tasty side dish.
This rich and creamy sauce is amazing with broccoli in the winter, asparagus in the spring, and new potatoes in the summer! If you dont whisk slowly enough and your sauce turns out thinner than you expect, dont worry its still delicious.
Kimchi originated in Korea where it is served with almost every meal. While traditionally fermented, this version can be eaten fresh, or left to ferment until it reaches the desired level of sourness.
Just like Mum used to make! Ok, well not really, but this is super tasty!
Quinoa is a great grain to incorporate into your diet.