Fall Recipes

  • Spicy Tofu Hot Pot

    Our recipe uses local ingredients, like tofu and kimchi, in a delicious and easy-to-make hot soup. Korean tofu hot pots are full of flavor and super healthy. Add a fresh egg on top of the boiling hot soup and quickly stir together!

  • Plant Bomb!: Chana and Aloo

    This traditional family recipe is deeply rooted in the East Indian culture of the dual-island Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago near Venezuela, known for its distinctive traditions and cuisines.

  • Gluten-Free Salted Caramel Browned Butter Brownies

    "That's the best brownie I've ever had!" exclaimed our tasters. That's high praise, coming from a group without gluten intolerance.

  • Salsa Garcia: Pork Chile Verde

    Prepared in a slow cooker, this pork comes out super succulent. Enjoy it with flour or corn tortillas and your favorite toppings. It’s perfect for burritos, too!

  • Queen’s Bounty: Honey Bourbon Pecan Pie

    Delicious and festive for the holidays, this Honey Bourbon Pecan Pie stores well in the refrigerator once it’s cooled after baking and can be made a day in advance.

  • Seared Steak and Sheet Pan Gorgonzola Smashed Potatoes

    We love this recipe, because it is so easy, delicious and pretty quick (most of the work is done directly on a sheet pan).

  • Apple Cider Ham Glaze

    This sweet cider glaze is perfect for your holiday ham and includes just a few simple ingredients – brown sugar, apple cider, apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard and seasonings – that pack a tasty punch of flavor when combined.

  • Cranberry Spritz (Zero Proof)

    This bright and crisp Zero Proof cocktail is a spin on the classic cranberry vodka and features Oregon-made Som Cordial Cranberry.

  • Green Beans with Olive Oil, Lemon & Parmesan

    Quick, fresh and delicious, these green beans will disappear fast. Shallots, lemon and Parmesan make them a versatile dish to serve alongside your favorite proteins for the holidays or any day.