The Good Table
Reishi Mushroom Fudge Prep time: 30 min. Serves: 4-6Ingredients 1/4 cup dehydrated reishi (powdered in coffee grinder) 1/4 cup cocoa powder 2 tbsp. coconut shreds 2 tbsp. coconut oil 2 tbsp. cacao butter 4 tbsp. honey 1 tsp. vanilla 1 pinch sea salt optional garnish:...
Pickling is easier than you think whether it’s a quick pickle or you’re “putting up” for the months to come.
To quote Audrey Hepburn, “To grow a garden is to believe in tomorrow”. This once hobby for so many of us may now have a deeper meaning that provides us with a new connection to our ancestors and their need to provide nutrition and a good life for their family and friends.
Who doesn’t love a Chicago dog? An icon with particular acclaim in the Midwest, we’ve made our own East Coast version using all-beef Brooklyn hot dogs, fermented dill pickles, jalapeño relish and, our most radical change, blistered shishito peppers in lieu of the traditional celery-salted sport pepper. Don’t knock it till you try it!
A twist on loaded baked potatoes, our vegan baked sweet potatoes with garlicky greens and crispy curry chickpeas hit all the notes. Served with a tangy coconut-lime crema and fresh herbs, these baked spuds are a meal in themselves but could also work as a satisfying side.
Dinner? Done! Our easy weeknight meals are made with minimal ingredients, require few steps, and cost under $10 per serving! We have a confession to make. These nachos aren’t really made with chorizo. Instead, we’ve sauteed inexpensive ground pork with fajita...
The farmers at Sun One Organic Farm intimately follow the lay of the land—assessing the slopes and valleys of 65 acres of gently rolling field and forest in Bethlehem, CT, according to the principles of nature.
There’s something special about a glass of kombucha straight from the tap according to Liz and Ian Ceppos of Cross Culture Kombucha. In fact, this very notion transformed them from homebrewers to business owners.
In an intricate dance of soil, seed, and sun, Sal Gilbertie oversees the production of millions of organic seedlings to feed Connecticut’s families. In a fleet of greenhouses in Easton, CT, Sal and the staff of Gilbertie’s Herb Gardens coax tender green plants of an astonishing variety to fruition.
Health + Wellness
The weather outside and heaters inside can leave you feeling dry and uncomfortable in the winter. To stay moisturized, while enhancing your natural glow, check out our Wellness staff’s favorite moisturizing products: Shikai Borage Therapy Dry Skin Lotion Looking for...
It’s cold and flu season! Did you know that researchers have reported people who undergo massage experience measurable changes in their body’s immune response? How does massage work and what else is massage good for?
New Morning News
It’s been a lot of fun to see the leaves pop from my organic potato sprouts, watch new little romaine leaves emerge, and dream about the avocado tree that will be big and strong and bearing foliage long after the current woes and worries are behind us, and as we begin to heal as individuals and communities.
Spring is officially here and the last frost of the season is looming near. It’s time to start seeds! In Connecticut, many vegetables require too many days to fully mature if sown as seeds directly in the ground.
Every seed has a story to tell. One tomato seed sown in your garden may reveal the rich ancestry of an heirloom and another seed the narrative of 20th century commercial agriculture.
Heirloom seeds have been passed down from generation to generation.