Pea & Mint Soup

This is a delightful, bright, herbaceous, summer-worthy soup served warm or chilled—we highly recommend topping it with a batch of Crispy Shallots.

Mixed Veggies En Papillote

En papillote is when food is packaged in parchment paper with herbs and spices and cooks in its own steam and juices. It’s a very simple cooking technique with a dramatic reveal. And it’s one of our favorite approaches when we want to impress guests and/or when we want a relatively hands-off meal with no […]

Beet, Fennel & Mint Gratin

We love to try this recipe out on the “I don’t like beets” crowd because they almost always change their minds after the first bite. We recommend this dish for entertaining or when you want a special eat-the-rainbow-vibrant kind of meal because it’s visually impressive and full of flavor.

Zucchini, Avocado, & Roasted Garlic Soup

This incredibly delicious and simple soup was shared with us by GFCS friend, member, and owner of Moon Meadows Farm, Suzanne Morgan. It’s been in Heather Crosby’s menu rotation ever since and it’ll become one of your go-to recipes too! This recipe has been updated to double the serving size. Use the measuring cheat sheet […]

Chickpea Noodle Soup

Just as flavorful and comforting as chicken noodle soup but this one is made with creamy, buttery chickpeas. You can use canned chickpeas or cook your own from dry chickpeas (see the Good Food Cooking Tips). We’re going to use a bouquet garni here and we’ll cut a few corners so you can cook your […]

Jessica Murnane’s White Bean Pepper Chili

This recipe by author, podcast host, and Master Cook Jessica Murnane, is a simple chili that all lover’s of this classic dish should have in their recipe collection because it’s packed with flavor and easy. It’s a great way to practice knife skills and the video is loaded with helpful good food cooking tips and […]

Vanilla-Spice Poached Pears

Poached Pears are a great staple to have in the fridge for a week of desserts, snacks, and breakfasts. Serve them with cake and/or ice cream, tart berries, and toasted nuts. Add them to a bowl of Granola or yogurt, or just snack on them as-is—they’re packed with flavor!

Serena Wolf’s Chana Masala

This recipe by author and Master Cook Serena Wolf, will likely make its way into your weekly menu rotation because it’s so easy and delicious. Serve it with a batch of cooked rice or enjoy it as a comforting stew. This video is also loaded with helpful good food cooking tips and techniques that can […]

The “Spice Cabinet” Bowl

This is a Recipe Template with loads of options you can choose from. Use our suggestions as a springboard for various combinations. Simply choose one seasoning blend from your spice cabinet, add some cooked pulses, veggies, and herbs for an eat-the-rainbow-style meal you’ll return to again and again. This template is designed for you to […]

Sautéed Beet Greens

This is a quick and tasty recipe for using beet greens. Enjoy as-is or stir fry them with cooked rice, grains, and/or legumes for a tasty bowl.