These muffins have a nice, fluffy texture and provide good energy. They were taught in a City Market class on healthy snacks for active lifestyles.
If youre familiar with Lara Bars (one of the original healthy fruit bars with 5 ingredients or fewer), these are a version of the bar called Cherry Pie. We use local dried cranberries instead of cherries. See below for a chocolate variation! This recipe was taught in a City Market class on healthy snacks for active lifestyles.
Zesty, fun, and kid-friendly, these tacos are a great dinner in winter during citrus season.
Kheer is a Bhutanese rice pudding. This version was taught to us in one of our Mosaics of Flavors classes by Bhagawati Gurung and her sister Devi, Bhutanese refugees who now live in Winooski.
This goes so well with Corned Beef & Cabbage. And if you're not a corned beef fan, fear not! It works well on sandwiches, too. Or anything fried.
It’s considered de rigeur to eat this for good luck in the South on New Year’s Day, with cornbread and winter greens as accompaniment, but it’s just as good any day of the winter when you want something to warm you up.
This recipe was one of the top four entries in our 2011 We ♥ Local Food dessert recipe competition!
A light and spring cheesecake, delicious with local cottage cheese. Use Midel Gingersnaps for the crust.