Often people see fresh pie pumpkins at the market and like the idea of using them, but have no idea how. Learn how to make your own homemade pumpkin puree from fresh pumpkins. It’s easy!
Fermenting foods is a great (and healthy) way to use some of the garden bounty. Learn how to do a simple pepper fermentation.
Tomato Chips are something I have been making for years. They are simple to make, and slam packed full of flavor. You will love this delicious and healthy snack!
Zucchini Corn Fritters have a wonderful crunch on the outside, and all the goodness of fresh zucchini on the inside.
Don’t think you like eating radishes? Try roasting them!
Fresh cubanelle peppers stuffed with chorizo sausage and melted cheese.
Even those who claim to hate all coleslaw, find themselves asking me for this recipe.
These super easy, low-carb Taco Stuffed Zucchini Boats give you all the flavor of tacos but without the carbs.
Paleo, Keto and Whole 30 friendly!
German Brussels Sprouts Soup is a quick and easy soup dotted with bacon and filled with great flavor.
This paleo chicken skillet is loaded with flavors you will love, including bacon, sweet potato, apple and more!
Making refrigerator pickles is the easiest way to enjoy homemade pickles, as there is no canning involved.
Scrumptious Roasted Cauliflower sprinkled with bacon and apple slices make for a side dish that will make you forget all about the entrée!
Peach season is in full swing, and what better way to enjoy it than with a peach recipe that packs a punch?
In this episode I shared a recipe for pickled radishes that I made with radishes from the garden. Then, we hired a “farm hand.” ;)
Flavorful jalapeno peppers, stuffed with seasoned meat, wrapped in bacon, grilled and glazed with maple. You will seriously not be able to stop eating these!
It’s always an adventure when you go to the Farmer’s Market. You can find items you may have never had before, but if you want to be adventurous, ask the farmer how they would prepare the items. They grow them, they know them and they are often very willing and happy to share their wisdom with you!
I’ll be honest, I never used to like Brussels sprouts. But after learning of a few new ways to make them, I don’t like them – I love them! You’ll love this version of them as well, I am certain.
Rich pasta sauce from your garden’s bounty.
Make homemade tomato sauce from your fresh garden tomatoes, or Farmer’s Market haul.