Mixed Winter Greens with Sautéed Kabocha Squash

Sautéed Mixed Winter Greens and Kabocha Squash Serves 4 Kabocha squash cooked separately then added to the sautéed greens adds vibrant gold color and almost sweet, rich squash flavor to sautéed winter greens. Dark green with ivory colored stripes on … Continue reading →

Sautéed Mixed Winter Greens

Sautéed Mixed Winter Greens Serves 4 Hints The stems of kale and other cabbage family greens are tough and often definitively bitter, so tear the leaves away from the stems before cutting up the leaves. I don’t buy mixed winter … Continue reading →

Delicious Winter Greens

Kale, chard, mustard greens, collard greens, beet greens and Brussels sprouts are called Winter Greens. Why? Probably because in areas with moderate climates like the northwest, they grow almost all winter long. Dark colors, rich flavors and sturdy textures fit … Continue reading →

Sassy Sautéed Bell Peppers

Sassy Sauteed Bell Peppers Serves 4 This recipe from The What To Fix For Dinner Cookbook, was created by Caprial Pence when she was head chef at Fullers in Seattle’s Sheraton Hotel. The fresh, slightly spicy flavor, crunchy texture and … Continue reading →