Homemade Apple Cider

Use your apple stash to make some of your own apple cider. Your house will smell amazing! Grab your slow cooker and fill it with a mix of sliced apples, you can leave the skins on. Use a mix of different types. 1 orange, sliced – peeled or unpeeled your choice....
Cauliflower

Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a member of the Brassica family along with kale, broccoli, romanesco and brussel sprouts. Fun fact- cauliflower is actually the imature flower buds of the plant. Steaming or stir frying the cauliflower preserves the most amount of nutrients. Roasting...
Romanesco

Romanesco

Romanesco is a members of the brassica family.  It is also known as Romanesco Broccoli or Roman Cauliflower,   It is chartruese in color and has a growth pattern that produces ornate twists, a natural fractal.  Its flavor is delicate and nutty in comparison to other...
Mizuna

Mizuna

Mizuna (pictured right) is also known as a Japanese mustard green. The crunchy greens are mildly bitter and peppery and very nutrient dense. The green works well raw as well as in cooked dishes. The texture is similar to flat leaf parsley.  When using in a hot dish,...
Tokyo Bekana

Tokyo Bekana

Tokyo bekana is an Asian green that is related to the cabbage and is grown in many warmer climates as a substitute for lettuce. The flavor of the leaf is mild and the stem is crunchy and juicy which makes it easy to pair with many ingredients. The crunch and mellow...