This beautifully flavored vegan stew is brimming with vegetables and tofu in a creamy peanut-coconut sauce that is not too rich or heavy. Sure to become a favorite! Vegan and gluten-free.
The recipe comes together particularly easily using leftover shredded chicken, or leave out the meat (but not the flavorful marinade ingredients) for a vegetarian main dish.
Try this simple yet delicious recipe on burger night. Pasture-raised beef seems to cook up tender and juicy, with a more neutral flavor. I love that the subtle spices of this burger seasoning come through.
This recipe has become a favorite of Co-op staff and shoppers. With a few tweaks it could easily be vegetarian or vegan. Give it a try this winter or make it the centerpiece for your Thanksgiving!
This simple, delicious stuffed squash recipe is easily adapted to include your favorite ingredients.
Of all the winter squash, the one I most appreciate is the kabocha. These recipes feature kabocha in the Asian cuisines that gave them form: Korean and Japanese.
Summer offers an abundance of delicious farm fresh vegetables, peak season fruit, wild-caught seafood, and quality meats that are perfect for outdoor grilling. Use these techniques to coax the best flavors of summer on the grill.
Next time you head outside for a backyard picnic, try this favorite staff recipe! These zucchini tacos are a great way to celebrate the bounty of the summer season.
Try these approaches to cooking fish that are simple, adaptable, and quick: pan roasting, salt broiling, and poaching. They are all accessible to home cooks, requiring no specialized equipment or knowledge.
This uber-delicious take on your traditional pasta contains a variety of the season’s superstars including zucchini and oregano. Once tomato season hits, you can toss in some extra cherry tomatoes for added color and flavor.