Hospitality House Prime Rib

Ingredients 15 lb. prime rib roast (I recommend Nevada County Free Range Beef, from BriarPatch) 1 cup kosher salt ¼ cup cracked black pepper 2 Tbsp. garlic powder 15 garlic cloves 1/8 cup fresh [...]

Ro’s Gumbo

Submitted by Dill Pickle Co-op, Chicago, IllinoisRo’s gumbo is unique to Chicago because he adds a flavorful twist, and incorporates his heritage… making this delicious dish a must-have. [...]

Butternut Squash Enchiladas

Submitted by La Montinita Co-op, Albuquerque, New Mexico Craving enchiladas but not in the mood to roll and roll and roll those tortillas? Savory, silky and substantial ingredients come together [...]

Tempeh Chili & Frito Pie

Submitted by Wheatsville Co-op, Austin, Texas   Dinner is easy when you make this dish the kids are sure to love.   Yields about 4.25 quarts ¼ cup [...]

Vegan Gyro

Submitted by Weavers Way Co-op, Philadelphia, PA “Philadelphia” comes from the Greek words phileo, meaning love, and adelphos, meaning brother. Our Philly Co-op friends [...]

Buffalo Tator Tot Casserole

Submitted by Breadroot Natural Foods Co-op., Rapid City,  South Dakota Here’s the perfect opportunity to try buffalo, which is very lean and lighter tasting [...]

Maine Lobster Roll

Submitted by Belfast Co-op, Belfast, Maine This lobster roll will be heaven on earth to some and seem pure sacrilege to others, but let go and let mayo. These co-op [...]

Velvety Autumn Pasta

Submitted by Ozark Co-op, Fayetteville, Arkansas  Serves 4 The cozy days of Autumn are here. Wrap yourself in a chunky sweater, turn on a romcom and dig into a comforting bowl [...]

Oregon salad

Submitted by First Alternative Co-op, Corvallis Oregon  This winning combination salad has all the components of a late harvest moon — pear, cranberry, hazelnut and [...]

Ahi Poke Tacos

Submitted by BriarPatch Food Co-op, Grass Valley, California  Tantalizing tuna, luxurious guac, Yum-Yum sauce with a touch of adobo’s smoky heat. Wrapped in a crunchy [...]

Grilling for Good Recipes

Magic in a Bottle Take the backyard BBQ to the next level with a Co-op spin on condiments Condiments are versatile, easy to customize and combine. They’ve got a medley of [...]

Caprese Salad

“Caprese salads can really make a grand entrance on the table. Sometimes we think of caprese salads as pink tomato slices in a spiral with mozzarella and a piece or two of basil. But if you let [...]

Grilling Pizza Pro Tips

Summer is here! Fire up the grill and make some pizza piesIt’s summer. It’s hot. The last thing you want to do is turn on the oven. But you’re craving homemade pizza. Argh. What to do? Grab [...]

Cucumber Soup

Makes about 2 cupsEasy and refreshing, this soup will help you chill on even the hottest days.4 romaine lettuce leaves, chopped (about 1 ½ tightly packed cups)1 cucumber, peeled, seeded and [...]

Sonoran Hot Dogs

Nothing says summer quite like hot dogs. We were inspired by the dawgs of Dogos el Miami, a self-described “hot dog joint” south of the border in Sonora, Mexico. Stuffed with cheese, stuffed into [...]

Minty Melon Smoothie

1 servingThis smoothie uses melon seeds! Rich in vitamins, minerals and protein, tap into their nutrition by blending with water and straining out and discarding the solids.2 cups spinach, [...]

Backcountry Trout

Fresh caught trout for dinner is the taste of summer and food always tastes better when you’re camping. Gather your ingredients, rinse out the trout and pat dry with a paper towel, oil then [...]

Mixed Mushroom and Leek Farfel

Foregoing leavened breads and other products during Passover provides plenty of room for creativity when it comes to cooking, and this farfel recipe is no exception. Savory and substantial, it’s [...]

Corned Beef and Cabbage

What’s more Irish than a traditional recipe for corned beef and cabbage? Make this meal in an Instant Pot and you’ll save time. Serve with mustard or horseradish, if [...]

“Christmas” Enchiladas

In New Mexico, when you order enchiladas you’re asked what kind of sauce you want on them –  red, green, or “Christmas” – which is some of both! Canned enchilada sauce can be an easy [...]

Bacon-Wrapped Turkey

Up to 10 servings Wrapping a turkey in bacon means no need to salt, brine, or basting. Making a bacon blanket is easy, and butter “glue” holds the bacon in place. Weave the bacon strips tightly [...]

Torta Salata

This covers your starch and your greens. Perfecto! Dough 3½ cups all-purpose flour 1 Tbsp sugar 1½ tsp salt 3 sticks unsalted butter, cut into pieces, chilled in freezer Filling 2 large heads [...]

Walnut Coffee Mushroom Sauce

Makes about 1 ½ cups This is a wonderful sauce or gravy. The coffee brings a depth of flavor that some people mistake for beef stock. Ingredients: 3 Tbsp. olive oil 2 extra-large shallots, rough [...]

Turkey and Dumplings

Nothing says “comfort food” in the Fall like a creamy, dreamy dish topped with dumplings. This is like a pot pie, but the dumpling topping is steamed instead of baked. A great way to enjoy [...]

Savory Pumpkin Quiche

6-8 Servings Make this delicious pumpkin “pie” using basic ingredients for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s also a great addition to your celebration table. Ingredients: 2 Tbsp unsalted butter 6 [...]

Au Gratin Potato Casserole

6-8 Servings Creamy with crispy edges, these make wonderful Thanksgiving taters! The starchiness of russets make them the clear potato choice for a great casserole. Ingredients: Butter to grease [...]

Spicy Grilled Cauliflower Steaks

Make cauliflower steaks on the grill and also in the oven. Both work great and it’s an easy way to get your veggie quota! Ingredients: ½ cup olive oil, plus more for grill 1 large head [...]

Elote

On the Cob: 4 servings. Off the Cob, aka Dip: About 3 cups On or off the cob, the flavors of Mexican street corn are delicious and fun. Grilling the ears of corn adds smokiness, and if you don’t [...]

Wonderfully Simple Veggie Soup

Makes 4-6 servings Go from simple to spectacular in just about thirty minutes. Fine slicing helps the cooking go lickety-split. Got a little more time and a few more veggies? This is one recipe [...]

Chilaquiles

Makes 4-6 servings For the chips ¼ cup vegetable oil, for frying 12 corn tortillas, cut into 8 wedges each Kosher salt OR: About 12 oz. corn tortilla chips, like Late July Quinoa and Chia For the [...]

Middle Eastern Chicken

A great way to introduce yourself to za’atar, and so easy to make! 6-8 pieces of bone-in, skin on chicken (thighs, breasts, drumsticks) 6 Tbsp. olive oil 3 Tbsp. lemon juice 2-3 Tbsp. za’atar [...]

Maple Bourbon Glaze

Brush this glaze on chicken, pork or salmon during the last 10 minutes of cooking. Coat one side, cook for 5 minutes, flip, brush the other side, cook another 5 minutes and flip once more to heat [...]

Cheesy Mac Sauce

This sauce is great for mac and cheese, and is also the “special sauce” that can make just about anything into a casserole. You can switch up the flavor with dried herbs and garlic granules for a [...]

Pork Carnitas

Recipe for Instant Pot by Randi Pratini Any boneless cut of pork will do, shoulder or butt are great! I leave it in one piece but it can be cut into chunks.  Ingredients are up to you, depending [...]

Sautéed Collard Greens

Editor’s Recipes from 2019 Winter Vine Make this recipe with or without the bacon. Either way, big, green collard greens are like large quantities of folded paper money, another New Year’s [...]

Bechamel Butternut Squash Rigatoni Bake

Butternut squash never tasted so good…together with mushrooms, spinach, pasta and a creamy béchamel sauce. This is a great weeknight dinner or a fantastic potluck dish that’s homey and cozy with [...]