Happy Easter, Farmhouse friends! We hope your holiday lunch table is bright, beautiful, and filled with local springtime favorites. Looking for a seasonally-inspired Easter Lunch idea? See our favorite recipes, driven by fresh produce and seasonal meats sourced in Texas.
One of our favorite ways to figure out our meal planning on the fly is a veggie-packed grain bowl. We recommend cooking up a big batch of your favorite nutrient-dense grain (quinoa, brown rice mix, or farro) and topping with fresh or cooked veggies throughout the week. Base your bowl’s flavors off of what appears in your Produce Box delivery each week for the best results! Read on for inspired ideas for dressings and toppings for your DIY Grain Bowl.
Step 1: One Part Grains
Cook up a big batch of grains at the beginning of the week for easy sides,
No matter what eating plan you’re following this new year, vegetables are the cornerstone of all healthy eating. Paleo, Whole30, or Plant-Based- all of these guidelines place emphasis on getting as many veggies into your diet as you can. Some allow grains, most allow good-quality meats, but no plan limits the number of vegetables. Plus, local vegetables are packed with even more nutrients, spending less time on their way from the ground to your plate. If your diet is mostly made up of plants,
Happy Thanksgiving, Farmhouse friends! We want you to have a bountiful dinner table, filled with nutritionally-dense dishes made with delicious, local ingredients. We are offering up our ideal menu, completely driven by in-season produce and meats sourced in Texas.
The best way to keep your kitchen clear of hungry guests is to put out an appetizer plate. A cheese plate is a great way to keep the adults happy, but you could also put out some raw, snacky veggies for the little ones.
If there’s one game plan that will always be a dinner favorite, it’s got to be curry. A variety of proteins and vegetable options combine with rich, flavorful curry sauces for a dinner win, every time. Follow our Curry Gameplan Chart to customize your curry, tailored to your tastebuds.
In a large, heavy-bottomed pot, start with a quick saute of minced garlic and ginger in sesame oil over medium heat. Cook chicken thighs, cubes of tofu, or even get started on some beef short ribs (add 1 cup of beef stock to deglaze the pan and ensure even cooking when using beef).