Celebrate the Season

By Claire Sullivan, Fall 2015

Whether the occasion is a Thanksgiving dinner shared with extended family or a winter evening spent nestled in with close friends, the holidays provide opportunity for all to ground down in the comforting familiarity of their roots, year after year.

As the leaves change and the temperature drops, the tomatoes, okra and eggplant that flood farmers markets during the late summer months are phased out by root vegetables like sweet potatoes, beets, carrots—and the less popular but still delectable turnips. We encourage you to embrace these seasonal staples at your dinner table; where comfort is found not only in spending time with the people who share your family roots, but also in the hearty warmth of these savory dishes.

Carrot Turmeric Soup Recipe

Potato Focaccia Bread

Roasted Rosemary Root Vegetable Salad