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Spring is well underway and all those greens are so very welcome! Asparagus is showing up as well as all those wonderful rapini and soon there will be peas!  Do you need ideas to turn these vegetables into dinner?

I don’t know what I would do without access to your recipes and inspiration. Thank you for continuing to encourage and inspire. I am starting work as a new RN at a local hospital, and without your organizational tips this family would dissolve into an unhealthy chaos. My husband is a cancer survivor and a solid organ transplant recipient, so we really can’t risk slipping into unhealthy eating habits. Plus, we have a newly-vegetarian teenage daughter who is thriving on your salad combinations.”

Sharon D., Recipe Collection Subscriber since 2015, Wisconsin

Kid-friendly dishes; meals that make great leftovers; how to prepare your pantry for quick, everyday meals and more themes are now featured on the new What’s for Dinner? page of the Seasonal Recipe Collection. Visit this one-stop shop for seasonal cooking.

Are you a CSA farmer who would like to give your members access to this deep recipe resource?

Cooking at home, and with what you already have—without last minute trips to the store—can be a way to simplify one’s life. Fresh produce in combination with a well-stocked pantry and a handful of simple techniques and you are on your way to creative, daily cooking.

Cook With What You Have is a Portland (OR)-based business working with farmers and eaters, teaching cooking classes, developing recipes and partnering with CSA farms, markets, non-profits and businesses to make cooking delicious meals an accessible, daily joy.

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