These are the beautiful Rattlesnake Green Beans growing in our garden right now. Rattlesnake Beans are tasty pole beans known for their gorgeous streaks of purple on their dark green pods.
In just minutes you can have this crunchy, full-of-flavor, Garden Quinoa Salad. It’s super-flexible and can be adjusted to please different dietary preferences.
This mayo-free, oil-free, gluten-free, vinegar-free, and sugar-free, south-of-the-border version of regular potato salad has a fresh, zesty flavor!
That picture of a bowl of cauliflower in your inbox may not have you drooling and scrambling for the recipe quite the same as say, this Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream recipe. I mean, cauliflower and vanilla ice cream are both white, but that’s about all they have in common, ya know?
This easy-to-prepare, healthy, holiday side features wild rice, a beautiful Native American grain-like seed that is loaded with flavor and nutrition.
Harvesting the butternut squash from our garden was so much fun this year. Every step I took, every one of those gigantic leaves I peeked under, there was another squash! Loads and loads of them.
So after 10 very looooong days of waiting for ..
It’s the wedding of the century.
This post is for those of you who, like me, typically avoid fancy-pants food that might take more than 20 minutes to make and which would’ve tasted just as good if all ingredients were just thrown together in a pan without the uppity presentation.
Avocados. Perhaps the best food in all of creation. I really do like them, and they’re very good-for-you – but I think we’ve talked about that already. But, really, this simple salad has amazing flavor. And it even has a ripple effect – everything I put on my plate after the salad tasted 10 times…
This salad is like summertime in a bowl. And it’s picnic-friendly. Make a batch ahead of time, keep in the frig, and it’s ready to go when you are. Reason #789 why I like summer. Fresh, beautiful produce.