Chocolate Chip Cookies: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, and Vegan

Crisp, but not too hard, and full of flavor. Store in the freezer and dunk straight into your coffee for a delicious treat.

Enhancing Flavor by Roasting Vegetables

Something about the smell of roasting vegetables filling your home makes even the most vegetable adverse person say, “Something smells good!”

Make the Most of Your Produce Run: 5 Questions to Ask at Your Local Farmers’ Market

Farmers’ Markets are a goldmine for produce at its peak, from plump berries, rosy apples, and onions the size of softballs. You will find fresh fruits and vegetables, fully ripened and delivered directly from fields to market. Farmers’ Markets eliminate long-haul truckers or days to weeks spent in storage. By purchasing fruits and veggies from a farmers’ market, you are supporting growers and stimulating the economy. How neighborly of you!

Comfort Food and Old-Fashioned Community at Silkie’s with Chef Kenny Gilbert

“Local restaurants are the heartbeat of the community,” said Gilbert. “Local businesses open because they want to share their love of food and service from their perspective. They bring compassion and soul, pure and simple. We do this from the heart every day. That feeds the soul of the community.”

4 Holiday Drinks to Get the Party Started: Cocktails and a Mocktail

Whether you are looking for a kosher martini or an alcohol-free New Year, we have you covered. Try these four holiday drinks and get your party started!

6 Vegan Recipes for your Holiday Table

Navigating the holidays can be stressful, but when it is a family member’s first holiday on a vegetarian or plant-based diet, ensuring they are included in the customary meals can add another layer of stress. Vegan and plant-based diets are on the rise, so there are plenty of options for food substitutions and ways to include your family members.

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Spicy Asian Turkey for the Holidays

Tired of the same old roasted turkey and stuffing? Give your guests a surprise with this Asian twist.

Venison Cottage Pie: Traditional Shepherd’s Pie with a Midwestern Twist

The origins of the Shepherd’s Pie date back to the 1700s and are often synonymous with Irish heritage. The traditional Irish recipe uses lamb or mutton, but when made with other various ground red meats, most often beef, it is referred to as Cottage Pie.

Sour Cream Raisin Pie

Sour cream raisin pie rose out of a different era, when ingredients were difficult to get and money was tight. Developed during World War II, this practical but delicious pie uses common pantry items. Enjoy a little nostalgia as you whip up this traditional favorite.