Blueberry Banana Buckwheat Pancakes

Recently we watched the Netflix series Cooked. This four-part series, based on Michael Pollan’s book Cooked, explores how we use fire, water, air, and earth to transform raw ingredients into cooked food. The series is a fascinating history of how humans learned to cook. It seeks to reconnect us with real food and simplistic cooking techniques, and it reminds us that food has an amazing ability to bring people together. I highly recommend.. Read More

Put it in a Breakfast Bowl!

You are probably aware that right now delegates from around the world are meeting in Paris to finalize the details of a climate change deal that will hopefully help slow global climate change. What you may not be aware of is that food has been a hot topic at these climate talks. You may be wondering what food has to do with climate change. Well quite a lot actually. Food production is.. Read More

Pumpkin Spice Granola

This recipe is for the pumpkin-spice-everything lovers and granola lovers. This is my first ever homemade granola. It is super simple to make and it is delicious! I had been wanting to make my own granola for a while. I’m not sure why I waited so long. The great thing about making your own granola is that you have complete control over what goes in it. You can control how much sugar.. Read More

Challah Apple French Toast

I have been obsessed with apples this season. We have been getting beautiful, sweet crisp apples in our CSA, courtesy of Briemere Farms. And, the other week we made our yearly stop at Briemere Farms to pick up some additional apple goodies, including apple cider, apple butter, and even apple pie. [Pie from Briemere Farms is a must. If you live on Long Island and have not had their pie,.. Read More

Six Ways to Eat Root Vegetables

Fall is all about the root vegetables! Today I am sharing several ideas for how to utilize and enjoy these nutritious vegetables throughout the fall season. And I’m taking an opportunity to share some of my favorite fall recipes from around the web. Root vegetables are plants that grow underground. This diverse group includes potatoes, carrots, beets, radishes, turnips, parsnips, onions, and some not so familiar but delicious vegetables, like.. Read More