Nan’s famous cabbage roll recipe with a few tweaks for modern day convenience. Adapted from the “Taste of Home” magazine, this one fuses lasagna with galumpkis in a satisfying way! The non-cabbage lovers in my household can’t resist it… A can of Campbells tomato soup is one of Nan’s secret ingredients, and doesn’t live on the “Staples” list in Veggiescope so you’ll have to make a trip to the grocery store, but I’m willing to bet it’s good without it, too.
Herb butter is a great way to preserve herbs over the winter months. Check out our recipe for it!
Recipes Using Sage
This one is straight from the kitchen of Farmer Jamie herself! Pick up some stuffing mix and toss in the seasonal veggies that tickle your fancy!
Stuffing can be changed up flavor wise if you like a little sausage or apple in your stuffing!
Golden Hubbard tends to have a great consistency but can lack in flavor and sweetness. A little maple syrup goes a long way in bringing out the flavors of this lovely squash.
Here we have a hearty soup using beef bones. Included are some plan-ahead options that make the soup even more flavorful, and also included are ways to fit this into a busy schedule and have steamy deliciousness waiting when you get home. Read through this post and decide what’s the best option for your schedule!
There’s nothing quite as good as the combo of browned butter and sage against butternut squash (other winter squashes also work here). Flour, eggs, olive oil, salt, and time (lots of it) and you’ve got yourself a pasta dough with which to house your winter squash goodness! Top with the simple combo of sage in browned butter. Freshly grated Parmesan cheese take these over the top. Cream, shallots and/or onion are optional to take this taste sensation to the next level.
You’ll need about 1/4 pound of some thinly sliced prosciutto for this one. Impress your guests while getting them eating squash! This is a favorite flavor combo for a fall occasion.
Here is the step by step process for brining and roasting our annual farm turkey. Be sure to allow an extra day for brining! Grab your fresh herbs from the PYO herb garden and other fixins while at the farmstand!
Roast your acorn squash, mix with delicious things, stuff with cheese and bread with panko. What do you get? Something delightful! Garbanzo bean flour makes for a gluten-free alternative in this recipe.
You can make this one using a pumpkin OR a squash, pick your “bowl” and go to town! This recipe can be quite flexible. Use veggie broth if you want to keep it vegetarian. Parmesan cheese is quite yummy with this combo.