Delicious, squishy, soft mochi. Now playing at a Whole Foods near you.
Cucumbers and blueberries and feta cheese are so good together. Trust me on this.
Summer time and the pie is easy. Trust me. Four types of berries, a quick little pie crust and you're good to go.
Turmeric makes a flavorful, balanced dressing. Avocado and honey help.
Roasted strawberries are the way to go and make a sweet add-in to a good quality gluten-free cookie. Chocolate doesn't hurt.
Rhubarb and ginger are perfect together.
Strawberries and rhubarb are perfect together. Like peanut butter and jelly. But different.
Quick double apple snack cake. Quick double apple snack cake. Say it one more time, it may appear!
Velvety, Market-Fresh Sunchoke-Potato Soup. And fall's herb of choice: thyme.
White Beans and purple potatoes and green radicchio. It's pretty if nothing else. First soup of the season.
Our resident pawpaw expert, Sara Bir, has written a cookbook of all things pawpaw and a guest post for us today about the perfect pawpaw pudding. And, of course, a little fun history about these easily foraged fruit.
Gluten Free Cherry-Berry Ginger Muffins. Say that three times fast!
Summer into fall. It's such a crazy cluster-you-know-what in the kitchen. Here's your painless guide to harnessing summer's bounty.
Mustardy because of the dressing. Chickpeas and beets and quinoa make it super healthy and earthy. Vegan if you leave out the feta.
A watermelon agua fresca. A smoothie loaded with peaches and raspberries and basil. Summer produce in liquid form.
Friday Favorites returns with Herbal Iced Teas. Here are three of the Dharma Kitchen's favorites.
You've got corn. You've got tomatoes. You don't feel like grilling or doing anything complicated. This comes together in a flash to make Summer BLT Pasta with Fresh Corn.
You know you've got TONS of zucchini. And people keep giving you more. Why not make this chocolate zucchini bread?
Triple berry basil ice cream can be yours in no time flat with this easy recipe—no ice cream maker required.
Summer gives us so many reasons to pair herbs with fresh produce. Here are the Dharma Kitchen's Seven Favorite Herb Pairings.
Want to make a simple syrup with lemon verbena? I promise you it's as easy as its name.
Oh peaches! So much love for you. Have you had them roasted with thyme and honey? Why not?
Oh sweet corn! Is there nothing, well, sweeter? Sara Bir tells you how it's done.
Pesto is endlessly adaptable and is a great way to use random pieces of veggies. Like the green tops of carrots.
You can't beet this sweet golden beet hummus. Yeah, I just typed that.
When rhubarb shows up at the farmers' markets, it means spring is officially here. For real. Here's a crumble worth waiting for.
Spring greens such as leeks, broccoli rabe and kale are bound together by bacon for an easy dinner at the end of a long, busy weekend.
Looking for something delicious and (potentially) local to do this weekend? Try the Philly Farm and Food Fest.
It's bacon. It's New Year's. It's gypsy food.