Asian-dumpling soup – Carol McFarland

As we count down to the first Farmer’s Markets and experiencing the uncertainty of dressing appropriately for the Palouse spring weather – I keep digging into the remnants of my frozen and dried foods from last season. This soup is perfect for a rainy spring day, and was inspired after inheriting some wonderful (super-authentic) Chinese…

Roast Chicken – Carol McFarland

This time of year can be a particular challenge for eating locally in this part of the world. The stores from last year’s harvest are dwindling and we can watch this year’s seedlings come up and dream of their bounty – which is not yet available. This has led to us digging into our freezer…

Co-op Brats on sale for Owner’s Week – Carol McFarland

Brats on sale at the Co-op is too good of a thing to pass up, so here’s another quick and easy weeknight or busy-weekend, local and seasonal meal idea to serve up with them – A red cabbage and carrot winter salad can kick up the veggie factor as a pairing with grilled bratwursts. Also,…

Red Kuri Squash and Chorizo Soup – Carol McFarland

Prep/Cook time: 45 minutes – 1 hour  Servings: About 5, depending on how it is served Budget Value Rating $$/5 servings = 2.5 Inspired by the Red Kuri squash that I picked up from Deep Roots Farm’s booth at the Moscow Winter Market, this Red Kuri squash soup this is another warming soup – perfect…