Learn all about growing, storing, and cooking with parsnips and pears. Where I live and farm in Southeastern Utah, parsnips and pears are highlights of the autumn harvest. Pears are picked in late summer when they’re still slightly under-ripe — allowing them to sweeten without becoming coarse and mealy like those left to mature completely … Continue reading Winter Gathering: Parsnips and Pears
Flavorful pepita seed clusters add texture to this soup recipe with parsnips, leeks, and potatoes. Total Hands-On Time: 1 hr Preparation Time: 10 min Cook Time: 50 min Yield: 4-6 servings This soup will give you nourishment and comfort on the darkest of winter days. The thick and creamy soup have some spicy flair from … Continue reading Roasted Leek and Parsnip Soup with Smoky Seed Clusters
Try out this recipe with fresh pears and spice up a gathering or an everyday breakfast. Total Hands-On Time: 20 min Preparation Time: 5 min Cook Time: 15 min Yield: 6 servings Jazz up your cheese and cracker plate with this lovely spiced pear compote. Serve it alongside good-quality goat cheese and some crackers, or … Continue reading Spiced Pear Compote
Combine fresh parsnips and pears in these sweet-and-savory parsnip muffins. Total Hands-On Time: 40 min Preparation Time: 20 min Cook Time: 20 min Yield: 12 muffins These lightly sweet muffins are perfectly moist, and the aroma of fresh rosemary will make your taste buds dance. Pair these parsnip-pear muffins with a cup of strong black … Continue reading Pear and Parsnip Muffins with Rosemary
Try this sweet potato and rosemary biscuit recipe using the produce from the garden for a twist on the typical dinner biscuits. I love baking, and baked goods have always brought me joy in the kitchen. Some of my favorite recipes have been easy to change with healthy subs; others have required rounds and rounds … Continue reading Sweet Potato-Rosemary Biscuits
If you follow the sun, you’ll find that, as fall edges into winter, it slips further and further south. The angle of the sun’s rays gets shallower, and the days become shorter with the sun in southern skies. But every year, it turns back and begins its northward course right around the time of the … Continue reading Elder Mother, The Wild Hunt, And The Winter Solstice
Norovirus is the leading cause of foodborne illness in the US. You can also catch it from infected people and contaminated surfaces. Now, new research raises the question of whether humans can catch it from dogs. The study raises enough evidence for a further investigation into whether dogs can pass norovirus onto humans. Writing in … Continue reading Could Your Dog Give You Norovirus?