Roasted Fall Vegetables

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Roasting veggies is probably the easiest, most-hands-off approach to cooking them – plus it brings out their natural sweetness, plus warms the house with a great aroma! Adapted from Love Grows W... Read More

Sunchoke Hummus with Lemon

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Hummus is a great healthy snack, so why not get creative with it and add some sunchoke nuttiness? Adapted from The Daily Meal. Ingredients: 1 pound sunchokes, scrubbed clean Two 15-ounce cans chickpea... Read More

Lightly Braised Cabbage Salad

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The warm cabbage ideas from this Drizzle and Dip post have us switching from the refreshing cold cabbage slaw ideas of summer into the warm (and even baked!) cabbage ideas of fall. Ingredients: 4 cup... Read More

Carrot Curry

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It’s not everyday you save a banana and some orange juice for your dinner! This fruity spiced curry highlights carrots well. Adapted from The Vegetarian Epicure, by Anna Thomas. We recommend ser... Read More

Celeriac au Gratin

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Celeriac has a nice earthiness to it, which is beautifully hearty when combined with potatoes and cheese. Adapted from From Asparagus to Zucchini, Third Edition. 1 celeriac bulb, peeled and sliced int... Read More

Cheesy Leek & Delicata Squash Tart

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Cool weather makes us want to eat hearty food, so this savory tart seemed like a good choice to highlight the autumn flavors in the box. Recipe adapted slightly from Dunk & Crumble. 1 sheet frozen... Read More

Green Beans & Chard with Warm Chicken

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This recipe is adapted from Tender, a beautiful book by Nigel Slater. We feel like it is one of those dishes that celebrates early summer perfectly! Ingredients: 2 chicken breasts Splash olive oil Sal... Read More