I thought you may find this list of more than 100 healthy recipes featuring winter produce helpful. Those of you who are winter CSA members surely can agree that sometimes we just need a little inspiration when it comes to cabbage, potatoes, winter squash, beets, sweet potatoes, onions, garlic and the never-ending piles of carrots. This is what I call random root season! Since seasonal is my middle name, I thought it would be a great way to showcase all of the fantastic recipes from the last 6 years of cooking in season and blogging about it. I combed through the archives today to come up with a nice all-in-one place resource for you to use for planning out your weekly menus based on what’s in your CSA share this week. Don’t forget to pin it for later!
My free ebook, The Best Weeknight Dinners, includes 15 of my family’s favorites — recipes and meals we go back to over and over again. It includes simple entrees you can make start to finish in 20 to 40 minutes. And all are made with simple to follow instructions and easy to find ingredients.
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Hi! I am Katie and I am glad you're here. Welcome to my Vermont kitchen. I am a classically trained chef, former food stylist and also a reformed dieter. Today, I believe no food should be off limits. Here on my food blog, you'll find hundreds of easy weeknight dinners, simple seasonal vegetable recipes and intuitive eating tips. If you've got seasonal produce and you're wondering what to do with it, or you're just ready to say goodbye to dieting, then we're going to be besties in like one minute! Take a look around, have a bite to eat and let's hang out!