Recipes – Sorted by Dish Type

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As farmers, we eat really well. Below is a collaboration of some of our favorite recipes, sorted by recipe type. Please be patient as our recipe database grows! In the meantime, look for recipes in ou... Read More

Honey Ginger Roasted Carrots

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Nothing better than a carrot made even sweeter by roasting! Recipe adapted from Let’s Dish Recipes. Ingredients: 1 pound carrots, cut into 1″ pieces 1/4 cup honey 1/4 cup olive oil 1-2 tea... Read More

Sweet Potato Hummus with a Kick!

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Hummus is a great protein-rich snack, so here is a recipe with a bit of a kick from the chipolte pepper and all the vitamins of sweet potatoes. Adapted from Sweet Peas and Saffron. Ingredients: 3/4 po... Read More

Roasted Sunchokes

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We love the nutty crunch of roasted sunchokes and we hope you do, too! As a fair warning, some folks react to sunchokes with a bit of gas, so don’t eat too many at a time in case you fall in thi... Read More

Simple Butternut Squash Soup

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I usually take the time to roast squash before I put it into a soup, so this simple one pot meal attracted me. It does take some time and patience to peel the squash (with a knife or veggie peeler), b... Read More

Romanesco with Pine Nuts & Lemon

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The sweetness of the romanesco is complimented by lemon and buttery pine nuts in this recipe from Live to Eat. Substitute sliced almonds if you don’t have pine nuts in the house. Ingredients: 1 ... Read More

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