Roasted Broccoli and Cheddar Millet Bake

This week, we’re exploring comforting foods for cooler weather. Our first is a casserole of the roasted broccoli, cheddar and millet variety. For those of you not familiar with millet, it’s a heritage grain, gluten-free just like quinoa. However, millet is not quite as sexy as its trendy cousin, since it’s...

Tomato Artichoke Lentil Stew

This stew is the second in our “hearty soups” feature. It might sound elementary, but we cling to soups in the winter. They’re easy to make, comforting, and a whole, nourishing choice in the winter months. We created these soups intentionally to be meals both filling and full of nutrients....

Shaved Brussels Sprout and Sweet Potato Salad

It’s a snow day of epic proportions here in Indiana. Being from Minnesota originally, most Indiana snow days are a little anticlimactic for me, but this one actually delivered. Huge, white flurries have been falling steadily, so picture perfect it seems almost manufactured (like this photo of our dog, Luna, which...

Mushroom and Kale Risotto

After all those holiday sweets, we’re ready for something savory – are you? We’d been brainstorming entrees for a special holiday dinner when this farroto caught our eye. We decided to try a variation on a traditional risotto using our base recipe with added mushrooms and kale. Shallot, butter, Parmesan and...

Roasted Delicata Squash Fries with Buffalo Sauce

Delicata squash is still far from a household name, but it’s become our hands-down favorite for the fall and winter months. It cooks quickly with no need for peeling, and has a sweet, buttery taste that’s similar to a sweet potato. We love cutting it thin into “fries” and serving...

Cinnamon Apple Chips

Right now I’m trying to imagine who you are, you who is reading this post. I wonder if you are having a hard day, or maybe an extraordinarily good one. I wonder if you are passionate about food, or just starting to become interested in it. Maybe you’re an incredible...








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