Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet + Coconut Oil Biscuits

I look forward to strawberry season ever year. In my opinion, there is not much better than freshly picked strawberries. I like to enjoy them right out of the carton, as well as use them to create fantastic strawberry treats. Here on Long Island, strawberry season only lasts a few short weeks, so you really have to savor them while you can. This year I wanted to make a strawberry.. Read More

My Go To Green Smoothie

I am kind of obsessed with green smoothies. I enjoy them for breakfast or lunch several times a week. At this time of the year, I think they are the perfect meal Рthey are healthy, delicious, energizing, refreshing, and they can be made in under 5 minutes. How can you beat that? Plus green smoothies are a great way to use up some of the spring greens from your garden.. Read More

White Salad Turnips & Their Greens

I mentioned in the last post that one of the things I love about our CSA (community-supported agriculture) share is being introduced to new vegetables. One of the vegetables I have been introduced to is white salad turnips, also referred to as Japanese hakurei turnips. These are not like the turnips you are likely to find at your supermarket. These beautiful turnips are sweet and juicy! You can eat them.. Read More

Arugula, Asparagus, and Fennel Salad

Happy June and happy World Environment Day! It seemed like the perfect day to launch our food blog. I love June because it means summer is almost here and it means the start of our CSA (community-supported agriculture) share! For the next six months we will receive a weekly share of fresh, organic vegetables from a local Long Island farm, Golden Earthworm Organic Farm. In another month, we will also start.. Read More