Category: Soups and Salads
Escarole soup, also known as wedding soup, is the perfect winter soup. It gets the name wedding soup from the Italian phrase 'minestra maritata', which translates to 'married soup', due to the flavor produced from the marriage of the escarole and meat.
All hail kale! This red boar kale and red cabbage from our favorite local farmers is crisp and cool, perfect with the crunch of salted pistachios and the juice of zesty tangerines!
Zhoug, pronounced “zoog,” is a bright, spicy cilantro sauce that is widely popular across the Middle East. Highly versatile, it’s perfect to be drizzled on hummus, yogurt, eggs, roasted veggies, or even used as a salad dressing!
Recipe from our friend Sylvia Wakana
Our hyper-local take on this tasty Peruvian specialty is here to add a little international flare to your summertime table. With bright citrusy flavor, it contains everything you need to create the perfect beginning to any family bbq or picnic with friends--just slice, marinate, and enjoy!
Pixie tangerines, candied beets, crushed local almonds and a sprig of basil, all stacks up to a beautiful vegan 'salad' of deliciousness.
It's the height of tomato season, and we're lucky enough to get to enjoy the famous Heirloom Tomatoes from local food heroes, Coastal Farms. This simple heirloom tomato soup is the perfect way to use slightly soft tomatoes to get the most out of summer.
We've deconstructed a steak sandwich and made it into a scrumptious salad. With grass-raised steak from Diamond Mountain Ranch, big rock blue cheese from Central Coast Creamery, and homemade croutons made from Röckenwagner Bakeries, this 100% local salad is a great way to get in more greens.
Light, crisp, sweet and refreshing, this sunomono salad is a summer staple that we never get sick of!