by Christiana Langenberg
Here we are in the season of pumpkin mania and winter squash abundance. So here’s a ghoulish confession: I don’t love pumpkin, never have. I could go the rest of my days without ever eating pumpkin pie and certainly I don’t steer my cart deliberately toward the winter squash piles in the
Long Cuts Now, Short Cuts Later
I’m pretty sure I know how this tomato feels, wanting to cling to summer, holding on for dear life to warm afternoons and the unequivocal taste of a sun-ripened tomato eaten right off the plant. Ahh.
So how to keep this with us long after the days grow shorter
Bean There, Done That?
The newscasters describe the summer heat waves we’re experiencing as “air you can wear,” including temperatures that will bake, roast or scorch large sections of the country. Then there are the compelling pictures of eggs being fried on sidewalks, and videos of thermometers on the dashboards of cars showing the
Cheater Cheater Chilies Eater
The one bowl breakfast. The one plate lunch. The one pot dinner. All about simplicity, yes, and convenience for the cook. But here’s another way to look at it: endless opportunities for creativity.
When my kids were young they enjoyed “build-your-own [insert food type]” night.
We’d do pizzas or nachos or rice/quinoa/pasta
Aspire to Asparagus
What is the first sign of spring? Some may say snow melting, having the kids off of school for spring break, or the chocolates and peeps frenzy that Easter has come to signify. For me, it's when I see the first spears of asparagus pop up in the garden or grocery
Share the Salty, Sweet Love
I learned early on that baked goods will get you very far in life; and I don't just mean some serious credit at the school bake sale. As a child I watched my mom barter her baking skills with other people’s talents in the neighborhood. A few batches of
Winter brings out the desire for comfort food in most of us. We wake up for work or school in the dark and get home in the dark, spending our day time hours looking for or looking forward to large bowls of warm, preferably creamy and filling main dishes like mac n cheese, spaghetti,
So it’s crunch time! While the default meaning for that phrase is hook up to a nice bowl of Luke’s Organic potato or multigrain chips or crackers, this time I’m referring to that “OMG, I still need to give [insert friend or coworker’s name] a gift for the holidays!” feeling or, (depending on
When I grow up, I'll never treat my kids like this! Trenton announces, in response to being told that leftover Halloween candy is not an acceptable breakfast and I will not be serving it to him in bed. Although I remember making similar vows as a kid, I now realize how lucky I
At Luke’s Organic, we like the fact that we keep our products gluten-free and simple. You don’t need a dictionary or ten long minutes to read through our ingredients. Yet many other gluten free foods are made with refined ingredients like white rice flour, corn, potato and tapioca starches, plus gobs of salt