There are some other pages on our Pinterest feed but those are mostly just for fun or are pictures of things we just like that are food, farmer's market or organic gardening related. The ones below are chock full of amazing food and recipes.

Amid the melting pot and hodgepodge of cuisines in the U.S., sometimes you have to wonder, “What is American food?” Squash is something natively grown in the Americas. The word “squash” is derived from “askutasquash,” which literally means “a green thing eaten raw” in the language of the Nahahiganseck Sovereign Nation, the native Americans who controlled the area surrounding Narragansett Bay in present-day Rhode Island, portions of Connecticut and eastern Massachusetts. Now you know.

Cruciferous vegetables are vegetables of the family Brassicaceae (also called Cruciferae). These vegetables are widely cultivated, with many genera, species, and cultivars being raised for food production such as cauliflower, cabbage, garden cress, bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts and similar green leaf vegetables. Now you know this, too. 

Since kale is something that we grow almost year round here, it starts to be hard to find new and different things to do with kale, besides the ubiquitous "kale chips".  There are all kinds of amazing recipes here for kale in just about everything from salads to Mac-N-Cheese.

Root Veggies: Beets, Carrots, Parsnips, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Onions, Rutabaga, Radishes, and more. Recipe for their uber healthful greens, too

Pickles, churneys, relishes, salsas, sauces, spreads, dressings, pestos, seasonings, spice blends, dips, flavored salts and more...

Lots more boards with recipes, suggestions, info, etc. at our main Pinterest page, these are just some to get you started.  If you have never navigated Pinterest before, just click on the picture of any recipe that intrigues you and there should be a link at the bottom of the pic, showing you the origin of the recipe.  The underlined titles above are links to the Pinterest individual pages.  Easy Peasy!   ~Suzanne

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