September 2019 Recipe of the Month

Gazpacho de Sevilla All over Spain, you will find different versions of gazpacho. Some use bread as a thickener, others have chunks of vegetables, many are pureed smooth. It’s available in boxes and cans, at airport take-out joints and the most elegant restaurants. The two things that appeared to be consistent in Spain, first, they…

March 2019 Recipe of the Month

Pureed Root Vegetable Soup One of my favorite ways to cook through a big mix of root veggies is a mixed vegetable pureed soup. You can make this with pretty much any combination of vegetables you desire — the one thing I try to do is balance earthy with sweet — too many sweet roots…

February 2019 Recipe of the Month

Cornish Pasty I love to find cooking classes that help address my cooking weaknesses and to further my skill set. In March, I took a class at Orange Tree Imports by Jeff Doyle-Horney “The Pie Guy” for Gates & Brovi and the winner of many a bake-off and state fair. His recipe for pie dough…

January 2019 Recipe of the Month

Laotian Glass Noodles with Shredded Veggies One of my favorite recipes from the Asparagus to Zucchini cookbook was contributed by a middle-school aged girl, and features the delightful balance of sweet, salty, sour, and hot that is the highlight of Southeast Asian cuisine. Her original recipe calls for chicken and a different set of vegetables,…

September 2018 Recipe of the Month

Black Beans with Vegetables and Yellow Rice When I lived on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, one of my favorite dives was “La Caridad” on Broadway at 78th, which described itself as a “Chino-Latino” restaurant. But this was no fusion. The staff was all ethnically Chinese men who had immigrated to the US from…

Kenosha News Celebrates Winter Veggies with Local Thyme

To read the whole story, click here.

Too Many Tomatoes and Zucchini

The Wisconsin State Journal talks about the benefits of Local Thyme and their quest to end veggie guilt. Check out the full story here.

What Do I Do With That?

Edible Madison discusses Local Thyme’s mission to eliminate the question facing many CSA box users and farmers market shoppers: “What do I do with that?” Check out the full story here.

Shop Local. Eat Seasonal. Simplify.

 

Local Thyme Logo