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Here's some ideas on what to do with the fruit and veggies we grow. 

Recipes:

Apples: 
Apple Spiced Pancakes
Baked Apples


baked apples

Asian Pears:
Caramel Covered Asian Pears

Asparagus:
Chubby Asparagus Love 
Asparagus Slaw

Beans:

"Fresh" Dry Bean Preparation

Beets:
Beet Birthday Cake + Avocado Pudding Filling + Beet Juice Dyed Frosting
Fried Yellow Beets
Beet Bon Bons
Beet Dyed Butter Cookies
Beets with Cashew Butter
Grilled Beets and Apple Butter
Sauteed Beets with Goat Cheese and Craisins

beet bon bons

Bok Choi:
Bok Choi and Rice

Broccoli:
Broccoli Ricotta Quiche

Brussels Sprouts:

Cabbage:
Bacon Wrapped Cabbage Wedges
Fresh Cabbage Spring Rolls
Asparagus Slaw (with red cabbage)
Un-Done Cabbage Rolls


red cabbage spring rolls

Cauliflower:

Celeriac:

Celeriac Potato Bacon Hash

Citrus: 

Glazed Marmalade Cake

Collard Greens
Drunken Collard Greens
Collard Green Dip

Cranberries:
Paleo Pumpkin Cranberry Muffins
Cranberry Walnut Pie

Cucumber:

Dairy: 

Homemade Butter
Lemon Ricotta Almond Cake

Eggplant:

Fennel:

Green Beans:
Green Bean Bake

Honey:
Salted Honey Pie

Husk Cherry:
Chocolate Covered Husk Cherries
Husk Cherry Salsa on Fish Tacos

husk cherry salsa on fish tacos

Kale:
Egg Cups: Kale and Mushroom
Kale Bowl 

Kohlrabi:
Maria's Kohlrabi Slaw
Kohlrabi + Tacos

Lettuce:
Bunless BLT

PawPaw: 
Paw Paw Ice Cream
PawPaw Pie


Peaches:
Grandma's Peach Cobbler
Peaches and Oatmeal
Peach Ricotta Cake
Peach Curd Cake
Yellow Cake with Peaches and Salted Honey Buttercream Frosting dressed with Lavender Sprinkles
Meringue Topped Peaches

Peppers: 
Long Hots Quiche


Pumpkin:
Fresh Pumpkin Kale Chili
Mom's Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Puree


pumpkin kale chili

Rhubarb:
Rhubarb Pie 


Strawberries:
Strawberry Scone Cake

Strawberry Meringue Pie

Summer Squash & Zucchini:

Sweet Potatoes:
Chocolate Sweet Potato Pie
*Sweet Potato Fries
Sweet Potatoe Frosting 

chocolate sweet potato pie

Swiss Chard:

Turnips:
*Turnip Hashbrowns

Winter Squash: 
Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese
Butternut Squash and Kale Lasagna
Cutting Winter Squash
Delicata Galette
*Delicata in the Microwave
Spaghetti Squash Lasagna
*Spaghetti Squash Carbonara

spaghetti squash carbonara


13 comments:

  1. Thanks for adding my recipe (broccoli fritters) into your tested and loved recipes list :)

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  2. Thanks so much for including my Bourbon Seared Peaches along with all of these wonderful recipes!

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    1. no problem! thanks for creating such a delish recipe!

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  3. this was wonderful! Thank you for sharing all these tips and recipes..really helps those of us without the create gene;)
    Regards: Eve Hunt

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  4. Love to see this recipe. Looks so delicious and yummy. I think carbon steel knives is best for cutting this.

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  5. Wonderful recipe and taste really incredible. Love it. If you add some decaffeinated coffee beans then its give more taste.

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  6. I am definitely trying this! That imaginary person at the beginning of your post? Totally me. I work four ten-hour days so I can have 3-day weekends to work on my blog, and by the time I walk in the door at the end of a work day I can hardly think straight, let alone make a time-consuming recipe. This kind of dinner is just what I need.
    Joseph Donahue

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  10. I am definitely trying this! That imaginary person at the beginning of your post? Totally me. I work four ten-hour days so I can have 3-day weekends to work on my blog, and by the time I walk in the door at the end of a work day I can hardly think straight, let alone make a time-consuming recipe. This kind of dinner is just what I need.

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  11. This looks tasty but might I suggest that you swap cage-free organic for pastured organic. From what I know, it seems like a kinder option!
    Kelly Hubbard

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  12. Thanks for the feedback, I'll surely try this recipe. You're very talented and should make a youtube channel and teach the people online. Can you tell me what type of electric smoker you're using?

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