Filet Mignon with Mushrooms and Madeira Wine Sauce

Filet Mignon With Mushrooms and Madeira Wine Sauce This recipe is the perfect comfort food and a great boost of protein. If you can’t find Madeira, you can substitute port or even a dry red wine. It just won’t have the nuttiness the Madeira brings. INGREDIENTS 3 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons olive oil 12 ounces… Read more »

Tomato Salad With Red Beans

Tomato Salad With Red Beans MARTHA ROSE SHULMAN Recipe from the New York Times, here. YIELD 6 servings TIME 10 minutes Photo by Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times This colorful tomato salad is bulked up with red or pink beans. But it’s not a bean salad with tomatoes; it’s a tomato salad with beans. I added… Read more »

Heirloom Tomato Crostata with Honey-Thyme Glaze

Tomato Crostata With Honey-Thyme Glaze MELISSA CLARK Recipe from the New York Times, here. YIELD: 6 to 8 servings TIME: 1 hour plus at least 2 1/2 hours chilling Photo by Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times INGREDIENTS FOR THE CRUST 125 grams all-purpose flour (about 1 cup), more for rolling out dough 75 grams fine cornmeal (about… Read more »

Corn is aMAIZEing

Eating a non-GMO diet helps promote efficient organ functions, gastrointestinal and reproductive health, and uncontaminated food. They also foster eco-friendly practices as well by promoting biodiversity and sustainability. One of the crops most susceptible to bad chemicals like Roundup is corn, which is why it’s so important to only eat non-GMO corn. Corn is a… Read more »

Keep it Cheesy

June 4th is National Cheese day, and it’s one of our favorite days to celebrate. We love cheese. This year, we are very excited to offer our rotating selection of the best artisan, local, or imported cheeses. While we are pretty stoked on all of the cheese we sell in our store, some of our absolute… Read more »

Winner, Winner!

June 2 is National Rotisserie Chicken Day! We love the versatility, convenience, and value of the rotisserie chicken. While there’s definitely no shame in just eating it right off the bone, there are countless ways to dress up a rotisserie chicken for an inexpensive, easy, and healthful dinner. The Turnip Truck sells antibiotic-free, hormone-free, humanely-raised… Read more »

Happy New Year, let’s eat

Eating Hoppin’ John and greens is a southern, New Year’s tradition! The recipe first appeared in The Carolina Housewife by Sarah Rutledge, published in 1847.  The legend is that eating Hoppin’ John, greens, and cornbread will bring wealth and good luck in the coming year: the beans represent coins, the greens – paper money, and the… Read more »