Greens Means It’s Spring!

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Springtime is an incredibly cool food season. Firstly, because there’s finally green stuff (woo-woo!), but also because that green stuff grows in some interesting places– such as RAMPS! These are wild leeks that you have to hunt for in the woods. Because they’re such a coveted ingredient, foragers keep their looking places a secret! Pretty intense. Always be sure to wash … Read More

Toolkit: Knives

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To be a really great chef, you need some schooling and a bit of experience and a certain creative spirit, etc. We can’t all do that, but we can make sure we have the best tools to make cookin’ a little easier. You’ll be much better off with three good-quality knives: a 12-inch chopping knife, a 12-inch serrated carving knife and … Read More

Two Long Lost Loves: Dandelion Greens & Parsnips

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Not just for wishing, we have dandelion greens! Also, take just a minute to say welcome back to your parsnips! Field pulled, these parsnips just came from the ground. Because of overwintering (meaning they slowed way down in growth but made it through the polar vortices) their sugars skyrocketed and they will have an even greater sweetness. Fear Not the … Read More