Lavender Honey Carrots & Easy Veggie Sides That Aren’t Salad

Nothing against salad. It’s just that when thinking of a veggie side, it’s often the first thing that comes to mind, and sometimes breaking out of the routine is just what you need to get inspired to eat more veggies. So try these three easy veggie sides to freshen up your dinner table, and maybe…

Yes, You Can Eat Beet Greens (Try Them in This Pasta)

“What can you do with the carrot tops?” I asked a farmer who was standing behind her farm’s table at a farmers market. I held up a bouquet of carrots with lacy greens attached. This was about nine years ago, when I had just made a commitment to buy my food from local farmers whenever…

Sweet Potato Pancakes with Apple Compote

I can picture it now: the bright yellow box of pancake mix, the tall, translucent pitcher filled with lumpy batter, the squeezable plastic bottle of something vaguely resembling maple syrup (already sticky with congealed sugar). These were the ingredients of a special treat. Pancakes for dinner! This meal was so surprising. “Wait… pancakes for WHAT?! For…

3 Healthy Recipes to Start off 2017 Right

Did you know Wolff’s website has a HUGE database of recipes? We’ve combed back through our site and realized that many of these delicious recipes don’t have a photo that does it justice! So this year we’ll be highlighting some of these once again, this time with a mouth-watering photo.  I’ve been trying to cook…

Parmesan Roasted Broccoli, Carrots and Potato

Make the most of locally grown cold-hardy produce with this delicious twist on a roasted vegetable recipe! Print Parmesan Roasted Broccoli, Carrots and Potato Author: Wolff’s   Ingredients 1 med/large head of broccoli (cut into medium florets) 3 medium-size golden potatoes (cut into ½ in chunks) 4 medium/large carrots (chopped into ⅓ in circles) ½ tsp…

Early Summer Crop Rotation Smarts in Your Backyard Garden

This week in June is a good time to think about what plants to add to backyard gardens after you’re ready to take out what you might have planted at the end of April or the beginning of May—likely radishes, turnips, lettuce, other cool season greens and maybe spinach. Erica Lavdanski of B & H…

KITCHEN COPY: EASILY ELEGANT LEEKS

  Leeks have come a long way in my life since 2001. It’s been an uphill battle for this once neglected ingredient. Unlike onions and garlic, the leek is more intimidating. It seems almost alien when pulled from a grocery bag and placed on a cutting-board at home. I remember a cashier quizzically examining a bunch of…