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by Sarah Steimer

Fennel and carrot soup

The deep flavors of this soup could almost be mistaken for a bit of bacon fat or another meat product, but it all stems from slowly cooking the vegetables. Even the browned butter walnuts add another layer of depth to this very simple soup. The cream wouldn’t be totally necessary, but it’s certainly a nice touch (especially with that maple syrup).

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by Sarah Steimer

Simple vegetable curry

This recipe is the result of wanting a very comforting meal without almost any hassle and definitely without having to dirty more than one pot. The result was just that, and was even better when I reheated it for lunch the following day.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Delicata squash, carrots and green beans with roasted garlic sauce

It doesn’t really matter what vegetables you roast up for this dish. I went with what looked good at the farmers market and what I thought would look pretty on a plate. I did like the sweet tones of the parsnip, carrots and squash, but it would be easy to incorporate sweet potatoes, beets, swiss chard, broccoli and other seasonal produce. The dressing makes everything sing!

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by Sarah Steimer

Roasted tomato-carrot soup

There are piles of carrots at the farmers market right now, and the tomatoes are starting to look a little softer than a month ago. It’s the perfect excuse to throw these market stragglers into the oven, into a pot and then into your stomach. Tweak the recipe to your liking, maybe add some roasted corn or some leftover rice. Whatever route you take, it’ll be very satisfying and simple.

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by Sarah Steimer

Carrot cake granola

Every so often, I like something a little sweet for breakfast — like carrot cake. But we can’t bite into a big hunk of sugar every morning, so I transformed that cake favorite into a (much healthier) granola version.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Carrot-beet latkes

Beets always make for such a stunning presentation, don’t they? Serve these latkes with your favorite sauce: cinnamon applesauce, sour cream with chives and dill, grainy mustard … We used these as an opportunity for trying out several different sauces.


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by Sarah Steimer

Beef banh mi tacos

I really love that this dish is a combination of two stellar street foods: banh mi and tacos. As far as I can tell, you can’t go wrong with some really powerful flavors all wrapped up to go. I’ll have to brainstorm some other street food hybrids. Pad thai sliders?

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