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Rhubarb Lentil Stew

Rhubarb Lentil Stew

Eating with the seasons sometimes means embracing painfully short, but sweet, growing windows for our favorite local produce. In the spring, asparagus and cherries come to mind, but one of our absolute favorites is rhubarb. With about an 8-week harvesting window in most areas, blink and you might miss it! The tangy, herbaceous perennial has found itself pigeonholed in recent years, typecast into the role of pie ingredient alongside its spring cousin, the strawberry. Technically, it's a veggie, though we've all but relegated rhubarb to fruit-status.  This month, we're highlighting rhubarb in a whole new light: as the star of a savory, warming rhubarb...

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4 Health Benefits of Cooking at Home

4 Health Benefits of Cooking at Home

Cassandra & Adam founded Broth Baby with many nutritional goals in mind. Tops on their list was creating a product that would help people reconnect with their kitchens and cook more meals at home. In fact, Cassandra’s main takeaway from nutrition school was that cooking at home is the single greatest gateway to health. It puts the control of your own nutrition back in your hands - who doesn’t want that? Of course, it never hurts to remind ourselves why that is. With that in mind, here are our four main benefits of cooking at home: 1. FRESHNESS  Home cooks consume less chemical...

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Coq au Vin - A Mushroom & Apple Tango

We love this time of year. Fall brings so many sensations with its cool crisp mornings, softly light afternoons, and early evenings. It also whets our tastebuds for earthier, warmer flavors like umami-rich mushrooms and crisp, tart fall apples. When paired, these two dance a magnificent flavor tango - their hearty and bright flavors contrasting and complementing each other perfectly. And if we had a “high-season” for bone broth, Fall would be it. It calls out to us from our kitchens as we increasingly crave that warm, cozy, and nutritious hug. But, it is not just the shifting weather and...

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SWEET CORN CHOWDER WITH GROUND PORK

After getting 10 ears of corn in a bargain deal at the farmers market, it was inevitable that I learn to make corn chowder. Truthfully this was my first crack at it, and I think it came out pretty darn well! It’s savory, creamy, and light enough for a late summer dinner, packed with protein, veggies and fresh herbs. By accident, it is also gluten, dairy, and grain free. Ah summer corn. So tasty and delicious, yet clouded by many claims of irrelevant nutrient content. I beg to differ! You know what has an irrelevant amount of nutrients? All the...

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