Flatbread Pizza With Asparagus and Goat Cheese

This simple grilled flatbread is a summer staple. In spring, top it with asparagus and goat cheese, but, as the seasons change, try mixing it up with local topping combinations like Strawberries, Basil & Leelanau Raclette or Summer Squash, Zucchini & Boss Mouse Montasio! This simple five-minute naan is even tasty enough to eat by […]

in Recipes, Spring, Tricia Phelps

Ending Food Waste – Feeding People

The amount of food wasted in our nation is stunning. “In the United States, 31 percent — or 133 billion pounds — of the 430 billion pounds of the available food supply at the retail and consumer levels in 2010 went uneaten,” according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. From the point of view of […]

in Bill Palladino, Find Local Food, Food Policy, Food Waste

Simple Vegetable Soup

I first encountered this soup in Ireland, where the recipe varies from home to home based upon their likes and what they may have on hand.   Though wonderful as written, don’t be afraid to substitute or add.  Roasted root vegetables, squash, sweet potatoes, broccoli, even leftover green bean casserole.  I wouldn’t hesitate to include any of them because […]

in Recipes, Tenille Enger

Heirloom Tomato Paella

Step away from the pumpkin spice latte!   Yes, our days are getting noticeably shorter and Labor Day is but a memory, but this is when it gets GOOD in Michigan. No other time of the year will gift us with this much fresh local produce. Stores and Farmer’s markets are overflowing with the best of […]

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Grandpa’s Easy Fridge Pickles

The only exact things about this recipe are the measurements for the brine.  Everything else is up for grabs – the amount of garlic or dill, the amount of heat you want, the vegetable or vegetables you use in your pickle, and even the amount of pickle you want to make. Unused brine can be poured into […]

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