In January, your fresh produce options may look a little sparse. Root vegetables take center stage, and so we often look to use them in warm, earthy, and comforting recipes. That is exactly what we have in this celery root soup, which also just so happens to be vegetarian-friendly.
Chicken pot pie is one of the best cold-weather foods around. You may have grown up chowing down on traditional pot pie, maybe even a microwavable version, but it’s time to try something new. Today we’re making Coq Au Vin Pot Pie. The crispy chicken with paprika and thyme, the Madeira wine and bacon additions, all come together to give this classic dish a deliciously French twist.
Rutabaga is not the sexiest of vegetables. It hasn’t experienced a renaissance during these farm-to-table years, as kale, or yams, or spaghetti squash have. But because it was an effective source of dense, caloric starch in northern European diets for centuries before potatoes made their debut, I think it deserves a little love. So today, let’s learn about rutabaga.
Crisp, winter mornings can be much more comforting than they sound. Especially if you have a hearty winter brunch at the ready. Today I am going to share a recipe for just such a dish: a one-skillet, wintry mix of kale and tomatoes with eggs.
Farewell 2016, and hello 2017! We made it out alive. A few vegetables, herbs, and fruits made it out alive too, so let’s find out what’s in season this first month of the year:
Homemade holiday treats sound like a great gift in theory. If you aren’t comfortable baking, however, you might find it intimidating to start during this time of year. Suffering from a mild form of hestiaphobia myself, I can sympathize, and that’s why I’m going to share some easy holiday treat recipes with you today. You’ll have overflowing cookie tins and lots of extras to sample yourself!