Roasted Beet Salad
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Roasted Beet Salad - Tossed with mustard vinaigrette, topped with goat cheese, caramelized onions, candied walnuts, and alfalfa sprouts. @dawnsrecipes

This salad is inspired by one I saw recently at Burtons Grill. I’ve been twice with friends who’ve ordered it, and it always strikes me how beautiful the presentation is. Much to my delight, our recent CSA shares have included many of the ingredients necessary to replicate this salad at home. … Continue Reading →

Coleslaw (with Cabbage) or Kohl-slaw (with Kohlrabi)
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Coleslaw

My husband loves coleslaw, so I’ll often make it for him when we get green cabbage in our CSA share. But did you know you can use kohlrabi for this too? Kohlrabi is a funny-looking veggie. The first time one appeared in my share, I had no idea what it was. Thank you, internet, for helping me figure that one out! … Continue Reading →

Salsa Cruda
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Salsa Cruda

I love this salsa. It is such a versatile recipe. In addition to the traditional way of serving it with tortilla chips, I’ve had it on top of burgers – both beef and turkey. This morning I discovered it works great as the veggie in a frittata. My husband’s reaction: “The eggs are outdoing the bacon for flavor. It’s a battle to the death!” … Continue Reading →

Green Bean And Hazelnut Salad
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Green Bean and Hazelnut Salad

My mother is somewhat less than adventurous when it comes to trying new things. So, when asking her what type of vegetable she’d like with her Mother’s Day dinner, her first suggestion was green beans. Don’t get me wrong, green beans are a wonderful vegetable, but I wanted to do something different. Bon Appétit came to the rescue with a recipe in this month’s issue. I didn’t change much, other than to double it and leave the green beans whole. It was a big hit with my family, and, happily, my mom had seconds. Mission accomplished! Flaxseed oil is not … Continue Reading →