Recipes

Summer Vegetable Soup

This soup marries the flavors of summer’s best vegetables, and because cooked vegetables are easier to digest, is excellent for those with compromised digestive systems.

Harvest Salad with Maple Walnut Vinaigrette

Record-breaking highs in February, followed by snow in March? What strange weather we are having! Either way, spring is approaching, and soon the farmers markets will shed their winter squashes and bring out the baby greens.

A Favorite Redux: Sweet Potato Brownies

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, but who are we kidding? Brownies are fabulous year-round!

Golden Milk: A Warm Healing Drink for Cold Nights

It’s the end of the day, and I am getting ready to slow down and tuck in for the evening. As I settle in, I am often looking for a warm treat. And while the 10-year-old in me would like that to be a hot chocolate, the sugar and caffeine get me jittery and wired. How about […]

Pan-Seared Shrimp with Butternut Squash and Cilantro Pesto

For a few years now, Maggie Christopher provided delicious, nourishing recipes for us to include in our newsletters. Maggie’s schedule is filling up, so she sent us Julie Johnson to take over.

Quick Sauerkraut

It’s the height of summer, and for most Minnesotans, that means it’s barbecue season. Whether you’re a vegetarian, omnivore, or carnivore, there are few things better than cooking outside with friends and family.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Walnut Cookies

This recipe is from my mother. She has been perfecting it her whole life, and I’m happy to share her latest version.

Spinach and Chickpea Curry

This Indian dish tastes like it has been simmering for hours, but it goes together quickly. If you need a last-minute dinner for your family, give this a try.

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