Whoever said icy treats should only be savored in the peak of summer? Satsumas shine in mid-winter. Here's a special way to enjoy them.
This frittata is packed with a flavorful medley of ingredients and is perfect for weekend brunch. The chewy wild rice is an unusal but satisfying addition.
Roasting sweet potatoes in coconut oil enhances their delicate caramelized flavor.
Serve these at your next gathering alongside other Mexican-inspired dishes like guacamole or corn salsa.
These little truffle-like gems are deceptively rich, but contain only wholesome, healthy ingredients.
What a lovely way to eat two vegetable powerhouses!
Try this twist on traditional latkes.
Vegetarians need comfort food too!
Try this delicious Tofu Parmesan on sandwiches, or with a side of your favorite pasta dish.
Home-made, simple, and only 30 minutes of prep time - you won't want to buy commercial peppermint patties again!
Take a pound of pasta, a can of pumpkin, some cheese, some herbs, and dinner's on the table!
Thanks to Hawkwind, purveyors of fine mustard, for supplying us with this recipe.
The pearling process removes the inedible hull that surrounds the wheat, and farro is generally sold either pearled, semi-pearled or regular. The pearled will take the shortest time to cook. If you’re not sure what you have, just use the cooking directions on the package. The cooking time and process in this recipe are for semi-pearled.
This is a gorgeous rustic salad. Use the most beautiful greens you can find.
A showpiece Thanksgiving stuffing, studded with dried fruit and enriched with chicken livers.
This will remind you that yes, stuffing is the star of the Thanksgiving table.
This apple pie has a splash of apple cider vinegar, which brings out the lovely sweet-tart flavor of the apples.
The holidays are not complete without a sweet potato pie!
For those of us who don't eat grains, yummy pancakes are potentially a thing of the past, but no longer! Try adding blueberries or chocolate chips to the batter for an even more decadent treat.
Use your favorite Italian dressing as a marinade and have dinner ready with very little effort.
Chinese five-spice powder, cardamom, and pears make this more intriguing than the usual cranberry sauce.
This recipe calls for a food processor, but if you don't have one, you can mix this by hand. Try a pastry cutter or two forks. It will take longer, but it'll work! I've adapted this recipe to be vegan by substituting Earth Balance Buttery Sticks for the butter and it turns out perfect. Keep your ingredients COLD for best results -- I normally keep mine in the freezer. This recipe can be doubled with no issues. Keep extra dough wrapped in plastic in the freezer.
A warm autumn soup from Willy Street Co-op's Paul Tseng that uses Mt Sterling's award-winning Country Jack cheese.
Our Green Dream smoothie got its 15 minutes of fame in the August 2012 issue of BRAVA magazine.
Crisp, apple-like Fuyu persimmons and kale are a surprising pair that make a delicious and unusual cold-weather salad.
If you don't have the time (it does take up to four hours) to make your own pizza dough as outlined in this recipe, just use Willy Street Co-op's freshly made pizza dough, available in the deli!
The small amount of ouzo in this quiche is optional, but adds a sweet anise flavor that balances the sharp saltiness of the feta. If you're cooking for one, it's simple to adapt this recipe to make four individual-sized quiches instead of one large one, just freeze the extras for later.
Not an exaggeration! It's become part of my routine to make this every few days so it's always on hand.
This chili is a great simple dish for a crisp fall evening. Serve with a big salad and some cornbread or crackers.
This tomato sauce is mostly hands-off and slowly roasts in the oven, leaving you free to do important things while your kitchen fills with a wonderful aroma. Eat Local Challenge Participants: all the ingredients in this recipe (except salt) are available locally during the ELC!