Healthy Recipes

Thank you supporters! Our gift to you

Thank you supporters! Our gift to you

HIP could not have survived 2020 and the pandemic without all the countless volunteers, donors, produce-growers, fundraisers, and community champions who showed up again and again for HIP. Since we can't throw you a party this year, we've put together a little gift...

Cooking with Foraged Foods: Nettle Pesto

Cooking with Foraged Foods: Nettle Pesto

It happens from time to time: you are stumbling through some underbrush or bushwacking to get back on the proper trail and all of a sudden you feel a dull stinging sensation on your arms or legs. You have been stung by a stinging nettle! Nettle are a herbaceous plant...

Cooking with foraged foods: Dandelion Pesto

Cooking with foraged foods: Dandelion Pesto

It’s spring-time, and if your yard is anything like mine, you are probably thinking of how to get rid of all the dandelions. They are everywhere, whether you like them of not. They can be a nuisance if you want to maintain a green lawn. But the spread of yellow...

Roasted Applesauce

Birds are singing, cherry blossoms are blooming, and it’s slightly less rainy! Spring is coming! But we are still waiting for a lot of those spring veggies to come up and bring new life to our gardens and farmers markets. While we are anxiously awaiting their arrival,...

A new take on Brussels sprouts

A new take on Brussels sprouts

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Brussels sprouts are in full swing this time of year. They are a cold weather veggie which means that you’re probably seeing them pop up in many holiday recipes. Interestingly, Brussels sprouts taste best and sweetest after enduring a couple of...