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Spiced Carrot Cauliflower Soup


During the winter in Jersey when the temperature drops, our menu changes into a different array of soups.  Using either our homemade chicken broth or those procured at The Brothery.  A soup is a great way to eat more vegetables than you can imagine. ... (more...)

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup


This fall soup is a winner. After having a ton of rich foods for Thanksgiving we need this simple soup to detox and to use all the Turkey stock we made from Thanksgiving Day. This soup is rich with roasted flavors and a delightful sweetness from the... (more...)

Roasted Kabocha Squash Soup

Roasted Kabocha Squash Soup

Now that fall is here, you might start noticing some brilliant colored squashes at your local farmer’s market or grocery store. Of course, you have your standard small sugar pumpkins and butternut squash, but an often-overlooked squash is Kabocha.... (more...)

Creamy Celery Leek Soup


We woke up one morning ready to head to a farm for apple picking, but it was pouring rain. We picked up our CSA and found some leeks and celery. What we turned it into was legendary. Both Dana, my mom and I nestled up to the table and enjoyed a creamy,... (more...)

Zucchini Hummus


Chickpeas are legumes. Some people care about that and some people don’t.  We are not hear to argue their place in your Paleo diet, but we do have an alternative that is arguable better. Take advantage of this summer vegetable and make a side dipping... (more...)

Cauliflower ‘Mac and Cheese’


Some our recipes our primal and we do our best to limit these recipes in our daily eating; however, sometimes you just crave a staple dish like macaroni and cheese. This recipe uses cauliflower to replace the noodles and raw cheese and coconut milk... (more...)

Baked ‘Quahogs’ Clams


From the succulent Maine Lobster to the Stripers caught off Long Island Sound, the northeast is full of a bounty from the Sea. We took a dozen Cherrystone Clams, commonly known as Quahogs, added some culinary goodness, and served them right up a start... (more...)

Beet and Sweet Potato Salad


Salads are a great way to get in a ton of veggies. This isn’t your typical salad but it is very easy to make and simply refreshing for the summer months. From our kitchen to yours, Bennett Ingredients 2 large sweet potatoes 1 bunch of beets (3-4) 4... (more...)

Spice of Life Tomato Gazpacho


This summer we got a half share from Stony Hill Farms CSA. With this week’s bounty, we grabbed some of the fresh tomatoes and cilantro and whipped up this gazpacho for a Sunday dinner with friends. This version of gazpacho allows you to dial up the... (more...)

Seared Tuna Salad


I always love a good seared tuna with the delicate flesh retain good flavor. This salad recipe doesn’t disappoint with a simply marinade, fast sear flash cooking method, and a light dressing that full you up, but don’t weight you down. It is a great... (more...)

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