Tuesday, January 28, 2014

What's Cookin' In Your Kitchen

It's no surprise that we've got some pretty talented foodies in our Crop Share midst.  But good gravy folks, we've clearly gone wrong by not just showing up at some of your homes for dinner!  I was pouring over the Instagrams tagged with #onlyatnalls and all I can say is...dang, I am hungry now.  So while I await the dinner invitations to pour in (*hint hint*), here are some of the most drool-worthy photos to come out of some of our members' kitchens over the past few months.  Hopefully you'll find as much foodspiration from these culinary creations as I did...or at least go raid your pantry for something to nosh on while you scroll!

Without further ado, I give you a glimpse into the Crop Share family kitchen...

Natalie Fortunato just got onto the #onlyatnalls bandwagon, but she's already making us drool over her veggie-tacular delights!  Who needs meat when veggies look this hearty and delicious?!

"Minnesota Winter Chili" with Crop Share Veggies - perfect for this Polar Vortex Part Deux

She calls this a "lazy girl's lunch" but we think this Vegan Taco Salad with Boston Lettuce looks anything but lazy!

Natasha Gannon is so addicted to Crop Share apples she's declared her need to attend AAA Meetings - Apple Addicts Anonymous.  When she's not eating all the apples or Instagramming what she's made with them, you can find her running (literally) around town and doing her own healthy food blogging over on Tash's Noshes.  If you just enter "Tash" into the search box in the top right, you can see some of the recipes of her's we've shared here on Nalls' Kitchen.

Quick Apple Crisp in Mason Jars with Cameo Apples

Louise Burnett not only  has a completely infectious smile (it even shines through in her e-mails), but she also has the uncanny ability to sneak extra veggies into any dish.  Having mac & cheese?  She's going to throw at least 2 extra veggies into it!  Making soup?  Prepare to eat an entire week's worth of produce in one bowl.  I imagine her meals to be like Mary Poppin's bag, there are items in there you can't imagine how she snuck that in!  She's also brought you the Squash-Cauliflower Soup, which again is so packed with veggies it could make a vegan blush!

Salmon in a Grapefruit & Dill Cream Sauce with a side of Collards and Squash Puree

Mac & Cheese with Chicken, Acorn Squash & Spinach

Homemade Cabbage Pierogies

Chicken Pot Pies with Sweet Potatoes, Turnips, Red Onion and Corn

Kielbasa, Kale, Black Bean & Mushroom Soup

Ceviche Salad with Spinach, Avocado, Red Onion, Cilantro, Green Pepper, Jalapeno & Homemade Lemon Vinaigrette 

And finally, Bethany Duffy, who brought you the Cabbage & Collard Greens Slaw, may just be the one person who gives me a run for my money in the photographing everything you eat category.  But when you cook like she does, you need to photo document that for posterity.  Some people will show their children and grandchildren photos of them in the throes of athletic greatness...foodies will show their children and grandchildren photos of the delicious dishes we prepared.

Braised Kale with White Beans & Parmesan over Linguini

Making Homemade Pumpkin Puree

Baked Chicken Sausage with Potatoes, Apples & Onions

Early Autumn Minestrone with Eggplant

Spiced Acorn Squash Muffins

Quick Pickles

Kale, Leeks, Cherry Tomatoes, Carrots & Mushrooms Sauteed with Garlic, Herbs & Tomato Sauce, then topped with Mozzarella and broiled into loveliness

Spinach & Mozzarella Mac & Cheese with Chicken and Tomatoes

Pan-Seared Chicken Thighs with Roasted Cauliflower, Cherry Tomatoes, and Olives with Lemon & Thyme

Fresh Mint Margaritas - Bethany is also a fellow believer in drinking her Crop Share.  Good girl!

Broccoli Cheese Soup in Bread Bowls

Pear Walnut Bread

Like I said...I patiently await my invitations to dinner to come flooding in.  Any minute now...any minute...

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