I'm always a little surprised when I see people discarding the greens from the beets they buy at the market.
This leek-potato-mushroom goulash is delicious in itself but also really comes into its own combined with the fish.
Spring weather remains a fantasy here in the North-East, but those early alliums in the market made it seem a fantasy that just could become reality.
One of our standby dishes for a quick dinner is pasta with flavorful greens such as Swiss chard, broccoli rabe or kale.
We might as well just say it: kohlrabi is a little weird.
There's a lingering stereotype about brussels sprouts that says they're mushy, funky, and to be avoided. Not so!
All those zucchini plants you planted are now in over production and you are wondering what to do with all of it. I have come up with some creative ways to use them.
The weather is getting warmer, and soon soup (or at least hot soup) season will be behind us for the foreseeable months. But I'm ready to let go just yet.
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I didn't write Fast, Fresh & Green for people who are already great cooks. I wrote for everyone who wants to cook with more vegetables. For people who want to cook at home and eat better. That's a lot of us.
Ultimately, this isn't about snatching your burger and throwing it in a lockbox. Nor is it about turning everyone into vegans and bark-eaters. It's about moderation, choice and starting the week off right.