The Modern Larder – Veritable Garden Giveaway

Enter our US/CA giveaway to win one of three copies of The Modern Larder: From Anchovies to Yuzu, a Guide to Artful and Attainable Home Cooking by Michelle McKenzie with one grand prize winner in the US also receiving a Veritable Garden.

The Modern Larder: From Anchovies to Yuzu, a Guide to Artful and Attainable Home Cooking by Michelle McKenzie proves that one ingredient can change the nature of a dish, elevating it from flat to transcendent. With 58 ingredient profiles and more than 260 recipes and variations featuring those ingredients, learn to harness the power of your pantry to make dishes extraordinary.

In this title, each of the author’s favorite larder ingredients are given the 360-degree treatment. For example, explaining how shio koji can be used in a dressing, a marinade that transforms meat and fish), a pickling medium, or simply liquid supersalt. “Part I” is this A to Z glossary on these favorites that encompasses about 100 pages. At the bottom of each ingredient page (most ingredients share a page of details while some cover several pages), we are given a list of recipes including page numbers where these ingredients are featured. “Part II” are the recipes from snacks and starters to foundations and finishes. Many of the recipes share variations such as five ways to dress a radish or four ways with a gem salad.

I am loving this book. It’s content is incredibly valuable and the photography is stunning. Even as an experienced cook, I love learning more about ingredients and especially those that can add a punch to your meals. A beginning cook will love the attention to detail and guidance to setting up a larder that works for them.

There is one recipe online – Miso-maple walnuts – for you to try and the publisher has provided two recipes below.

Whole roasted eggplant with tahini, crispy chickpeas, and sumac
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4 Servings


Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables—I could fill an entire book with recipes singing its praises, and I don’t see why it can’t be the star of the show rather than just a supporting act. In this large-format dish, whole eggplants cook until slightly charred on the outside and meltingly tender within. Tahini adds much-needed richness and creaminess, crispy chickpeas add texture (and protein), and lemon and sumac bring brightness. I consider this a lovely vegetarian main course, but it could also serve as a side dish for chicken, lamb, or fish. Any leftovers can be blitzed into a fine eggplant dip in the food processor (add an ice cube for the smoothest result) and refrigerated for up to 3 days.

  • 4 medium eggplants (each approximately 12 ounces) — Listada or similar egg-shaped variety such as Globe
  • 3/4 cup olive oil, plus more to serve
  • Fine sea salt
  • 3 cups cooked chickpeas, homemade (page 240) or canned, drained and patted dry with paper towels
  • 1 tablespoon sumac
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 2 cups Basic Tahini Sauce (page 337)
  • 1/2 cup coarsely chopped flat-leaf parsley

Preheat oven to 475°F and line 2 rimmed baking sheets with parchment paper (make sure the parchment fits inside the pan; at this high temperature, any overhang could burn). Peel the eggplants, leaving stems attached; on each, poke the center of the base a few times with a fork or cake tester and divide between the 2 pans. Toss each eggplant with 2 tablespoons olive oil and a pinch of salt, massaging the salt into the flesh a little as you work. Create space between the 2 eggplants on each pan and roast for 40 to 50 minutes, turning the eggplants every 10 to 15 minutes to get even browning on all sides. Remove from oven and set aside.

Meanwhile, heat a 12- to 14-inch sauté pan over medium-high heat and add the remaining 1/4 cup olive oil. Once the oil is shimmering, add the chickpeas and a pinch of salt. Pan-fry the chickpeas, stirring occasionally, for 8 to 10 minutes, or until crispy (as they crisp up, a few may pop out of the pan like popcorn). Lower the heat slightly, add the sumac, and cook just 1 minute more. Taste and add more salt, as needed.

Season each eggplant with a squeeze of lemon. Place on warmed plates or in shallow bowls and top the center of the base of each eggplant with a 1/4 cup tahini sauce. Top the tahini sauce with a heaping 1/2 cup sumac-coated, crispy chickpeas. Drizzle a little olive oil around the sides of the eggplant and top the olive oil with a sprinkling of chopped parsley. Serve at once.


Spicy roasted carrots with avocado, sprouts, and sunflower dukkah
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4 to 6 Servings


Carrots, avocado, and sprouts may sound too standard to deserve your attention, but I assure you, this salad satisfies. It’s really the dukkah that does the trick—bright, spicy, salty, and a little sweet—it gives this salad a complex, savory depth.

  • 3 pounds small carrots
  • 2 whole chile de arbol
  • Fine sea salt
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • Olive oil
  • 1/2 lemon, halved
  • 3 ripe but firm large avocados
  • 1/4 cup Sunflower Dukkah (page 356) or toasted sunflower seeds
  • 3 to 4 ounces sunflower sprouts, halved crosswise if long
  • 1 cup (loosely packed) cilantro, whole leaves and tender stems and/or flowers
  • 1 serrano chile, very thinly sliced (optional)
  • Flaky sea salt
  • Chile Vinegar (page 348, optional)
  • Crème fraîche; plain, full-fat Greek yogurt; or labneh, store-bought or homemade (page 336), for serving (optional)


Preheat oven to 425°F. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment. Divide the carrots between the pans. Toss each batch with 1 torn chile de arbol, a pinch of fine sea salt, 1 teaspoon honey, and enough olive oil to coat every carrot. I toss everything right on the pan, using my hands to distribute the wet ingredients evenly. Spread the carrots in an even layer, making sure there is space for water to evaporate quickly (1/2 inch or so in between each one). Roast for about 25 minutes, turning once or twice, or until sticky and caramelized. Season each batch with a squeeze of lemon. Cool slightly.

Cut the avocados in half lengthwise and remove the pits. Slice in half lengthwise once more, peel each quarter, keeping the quarters intact, if possible. Season the avocado—directly on the cutting board—with a squeeze of lemon and 2 pinches of fine sea salt. On one serving platter or divided among 4 to 6 plates, layer the components in loose layers: avocado, carrot, a pinch of dukkah, sunflower sprouts, cilantro leaves, a few slices of serrano chile (if using), and a scattering of flaky sea salt; repeat the layering once more. Dot the chile vinegar (if using) or more lemon juice over the top, drizzle lightly with olive oil, and sprinkle with flaky sea salt. Serve straight away with a bowl of crème fraîche, yogurt or labneh alongside, if you’d like.


Every larder needs to be stocked with great ingredients including fresh herbs and now with a Veritable garden you can grow fresh herbs all year long.

The Veritable Garden is manufactured in France which I particularly love. Véritable® is the leading startup in urban farming providing innovative solutions which enable everyone to easily grow, harvest and enjoy a large range of fresh and healthy products. Flavorful herbs, edible flowers and baby vegetables are fresh and available all year round in your home.

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Special thanks to the publisher for providing three copies of this title in our promotion (open to US/CA) and Veritable Garden for offering one of their basic gardens to a US winner. Entry options include answering the following question in the comments section of this blog post.

Which recipe in the index would you like to try first?

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226 Comments

  • kitchen_chick  on  November 29, 2021

    Seared squid with harissa and purslane

  • kitchen_chick  on  November 29, 2021

    Spearmint, green shiso, and mizuna. All things I grow in the summer, and I would love to have them fresh in the winter.

  • DarcyVaughn  on  November 30, 2021

    Radishes with special sauce and herbs

  • DarcyVaughn  on  November 30, 2021

    pansy lingot

  • riley  on  November 30, 2021

    Meatballs with dried lime and chilis

  • riley  on  November 30, 2021

    Thai basil lingot

  • kaityblueeyes  on  November 30, 2021

    Grilled corn with dried shrimp butter 😍

  • JRumi  on  November 30, 2021

    White winter salad

  • sarahawker  on  November 30, 2021

    Poached eggs with labneh and chile

  • sarahawker  on  November 30, 2021

    I’d want to start with the 4 pack of Herb Lingots

  • JRumi  on  November 30, 2021

    Oak leaf lettuce ingot

  • nvernon  on  November 30, 2021

    Pistachio dip with burnt onion and seaweed

  • nvernon  on  November 30, 2021

    Véritable® CLASSIC Garden

  • dbielick  on  November 30, 2021

    Fluffy buckwheat pancakes with apples and cinnamon

  • matag  on  November 30, 2021

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and Crispy shallots

  • dbielick  on  November 30, 2021

    Lettuce lingot set

  • matag  on  November 30, 2021

    Zucchini Flowers Lingot

  • KittyPride  on  November 30, 2021

    I would like to make Kimizu

  • CookingPerson  on  November 30, 2021

    Wow I never realized you could grow your own strawberries indoors, Wild Red Strawberry Lingot has my name written all over it! 🙂

  • CookingPerson  on  November 30, 2021

    I love Furikake, would love to try making my own!

  • rchesser  on  November 30, 2021

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and crispy shallots.

  • rchesser  on  November 30, 2021

    Red Cherry Tomato Lingot.

  • DJBWA  on  November 30, 2021

    Miso maple 🍁 walnuts

  • lean1  on  November 30, 2021

    Mole spiced meatballs

  • lean1  on  November 30, 2021

    Sweet basil lingot.

  • infotrop  on  November 30, 2021

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and crispy shallots

  • infotrop  on  November 30, 2021

    Pink Mini-Tomato Lingot (so cute!)

  • sayeater  on  November 30, 2021

    Honestly the whole index sounds amazing!! However I have a box of Florida oranges on the way so I’d have to say the Orange salad with almonds and Aleppo-style pepper really peaks my interest.

  • sayeater  on  November 30, 2021

    Dill and Cilantro are the two I have trouble growing indoors so I would try those first.

  • demomcook  on  November 30, 2021

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and crispy shallots – I’m always looking for a recipe that uses leaves from my little lime tree.

  • demomcook  on  November 30, 2021

    I’d choose the chives. I grow them in the warm weather, but they die back in the winter and I miss having fresh chives.

  • bbarb  on  November 30, 2021

    I’m intrigued by Big Batch Breakfast Greens.

  • bbarb  on  November 30, 2021

    Basil and cilantro would be my go-to basics, but I would love to try sorrel and shiso

  • lsmedley  on  November 30, 2021

    Chicken miso meatballs

  • LSanders  on  November 30, 2021

    Wild red strawberry lingot

  • LSanders  on  November 30, 2021

    Meatballs with dried lime and chilis

  • lsmedley  on  November 30, 2021

    Red cherry tomato lingot

  • laurentipton  on  November 30, 2021

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and crispy shallots

  • kimtrev  on  December 1, 2021

    Chicken miso meatballs

  • kimtrev  on  December 1, 2021

    Edible flowers

  • cellenly  on  December 1, 2021

    deviled eggs on shiso

  • cellenly  on  December 1, 2021

    shiso lingot

  • CatsintheKitchen  on  December 1, 2021

    red lentil hummus

  • CatsintheKitchen  on  December 1, 2021

    Any herbs, especially dwarf basil. I have no luck with bringing basil inside!

  • kmn4  on  December 1, 2021

    Mole-spiced meatballs

  • kmn4  on  December 1, 2021

    Red and white wild strawberry Lingots – if you’ve ever had the little strawberries (we have them growing wild in our yard), you know how far superior they are to their bigger cousins.

  • ccav  on  December 1, 2021

    Miso-maple walnuts

  • annmartina  on  December 1, 2021

    Chicken miso meatballs.

  • annmartina  on  December 1, 2021

    I would like to start with the following lingots: red strawberries, thai basil, yellow cherry tomatoes.

  • MissKoo  on  December 1, 2021

    Caramelized zucchini with date syrup, dill, and walnuts

  • skvalentine  on  December 1, 2021

    Those eggplant fritters with date syrup are calling my name!

  • rmardel  on  December 1, 2021

    Job’s tears “stone pot” with crispy mushrooms and jammy eggs

  • rmardel  on  December 1, 2021

    A Thai Basil Lingot would be a great start

  • inflytur  on  December 2, 2021

    Fluffy buckwheat pancakes with apples and cinnamon

  • inflytur  on  December 2, 2021

    Shiso Green Lingot

  • kbennall  on  December 2, 2021

    Big batch breakfast greens! I always want good ways to eat vegetables at breakfast.

  • kbennall  on  December 2, 2021

    Definitely the hot peppers and herbs packs…also tomatoes…and lots of other herbs, especially lemon balm and dill.

  • Erobbins  on  December 2, 2021

    I love celeriac, so the Celery root salad with yogurt, capers, and tarragon (page 193) sounds really good.

  • redcurrant  on  December 2, 2021

    Puffed black rice

  • redcurrant  on  December 2, 2021

    Pansy lingots

  • roxlet  on  December 3, 2021

    miso maple walnuts

  • Mrsjaws1  on  December 3, 2021

    Gimme the Crispy Chickpea Fritters!(please)

  • Mrsjaws1  on  December 3, 2021

    Dill lingot. Or ALL OF THEM!!

  • ravensfan  on  December 3, 2021

    Red lentil hummus

  • Laura1  on  December 3, 2021

    Caramelized zucchini with date syrup, dill, and walnuts

  • Laura1  on  December 3, 2021

    Pink Mini-Tomato Lingot

  • Jillyb3  on  December 3, 2021

    I’d make Crispy Chickpea fritters or Red Lentil Hummus, both sound yummy!

  • Jillyb3  on  December 3, 2021

    Definitely Basil and Cherry tomato lingots, I miss those in the winter!

  • hrk  on  December 3, 2021

    Curried fried rice with chickpeas and cabbage

  • hrk  on  December 3, 2021

    beet greens lingot

  • RickPearson54  on  December 3, 2021

    seared squid with harissa and purslane

  • jay.moe  on  December 3, 2021

    Pork meatballs with rice flour and fish sauce

  • jay.moe  on  December 3, 2021

    Golden Frill Mustard, Mizuna and Kale

  • LaurenE  on  December 4, 2021

    Radishes with special sauce and herbs

  • LaurenE  on  December 4, 2021

    beet greens lingot

  • Leonard5854  on  December 5, 2021

    Black lentil hummus

  • Leonard5854  on  December 5, 2021

    Dill lingot

  • Dannausc  on  December 5, 2021

    Fried shishitos with dancing bonito

  • Dannausc  on  December 5, 2021

    Shiso bi-color lingot

  • leknit  on  December 5, 2021

    Slow-cooked white beans with tomato and curry leaf

  • leknit  on  December 5, 2021

    Bok choy lingot

  • LeMinou  on  December 5, 2021

    White winter salad, Thai basil lingot

  • virjeania  on  December 5, 2021

    Summer squash salad with dried shrimp and crispy shallots

  • virjeania  on  December 5, 2021

    Véritable® SMART Garden

  • Melissa1019  on  December 5, 2021

    Red Cherry Tomato Lingot.

  • Melissa1019  on  December 5, 2021

    Poached eggs with labneh and chile

  • infinity6361  on  December 5, 2021

    I would love to ty the grilled corn recipe with the dried shrimp butter

  • Devonian04  on  December 6, 2021

    Meatballs with dried lime and chili

  • mrscahughes  on  December 7, 2021

    basil of all kinds

  • antpantsii  on  December 7, 2021

    Mole Spiced Meatballs sound intriguing!

  • antpantsii  on  December 7, 2021

    It would be Mole Spiced Meatballs and a Thai basil lingot.

  • Siegal  on  December 8, 2021

    I want to make black lentil hummus

  • Siegal  on  December 8, 2021

    I like them all A maybe the lemon basil

  • sarahteertzah  on  December 8, 2021

    Crispy sweet potatoes with tahini yogurt and seaweed gomasio

  • sarahteertzah  on  December 8, 2021

    I would start with cilantro!

  • GreenhouseCheryl  on  December 8, 2021

    Baked eggs with lentils, spinach, and spiced ghee

  • GreenhouseCheryl  on  December 8, 2021

    Jalapeño Hot Chili Lingots

  • BMeyer  on  December 9, 2021

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and Crispy shallots

  • BMeyer  on  December 9, 2021

    strawberries or cherry tomatoes lingots

  • sallansd  on  December 10, 2021

    Little gem salad with Parm and crispy capers

  • sallansd  on  December 10, 2021

    Sweet Basil Lingot

  • Sfgordon  on  December 10, 2021

    I would try the shiso bicolor lingot and the white wild strawberry lingot!

  • Sfgordon  on  December 10, 2021

    I want to try so many things from this book but chicken miso meatballs sound especially great to add to the weeknight rotation.

  • banba1  on  December 10, 2021

    Radishes with special sauce and herbs

  • banba1  on  December 10, 2021

    Wild Red Strawberry Lingot

  • Beckyth  on  December 10, 2021

    Lettuce lingot

  • upstatemissy  on  December 11, 2021

    I would make the crispy chickpea fritters first.

  • upstatemissy  on  December 11, 2021

    I would start the mini bell peppers in the garden first.

  • Pamyoungvb  on  December 11, 2021

    Dandelion and sweet pea salad with anchovy, Chile, mint

  • Pamyoungvb  on  December 11, 2021

    Lettuce 4 pack. Nice variety.

  • kmwyman  on  December 11, 2021

    Beets with horseradish crème fraîche and toasted buckwheat

  • kmwyman  on  December 11, 2021

    spearmint lingot

  • debbiehb  on  December 12, 2021

    Cucumbers with crème fraîche and crispy capers

  • debbiehb  on  December 12, 2021

    Oregano Lingot

  • RSW  on  December 12, 2021

    Slow-cooked Romano beans with tomato and pomegranate molasses

  • RSW  on  December 12, 2021

    Dill

  • ChicagoJen  on  December 12, 2021

    Skillet-charred beans

  • dusksunset  on  December 12, 2021

    Chicken miso meatballs

  • dusksunset  on  December 12, 2021

    Lettuce Lingot set

  • ChicagoJen  on  December 12, 2021

    Dwarf Basil Lingot

  • Jenamarie  on  December 12, 2021

    Crispy chickpea fritters

  • Jenamarie  on  December 12, 2021

    Yellow Mini Bell Pepper Lingot

  • oduong930  on  December 13, 2021

    Seared squid with harissa and purslane

  • oduong930  on  December 13, 2021

    Lettuce lingot set

  • dtremit  on  December 13, 2021

    Would love to try the shiso quick pickles…

  • dtremit  on  December 13, 2021

    …with shiso from the shiso bi color lingot!

  • janv  on  December 14, 2021

    I would love to try Tahini hot chocolate

  • janv  on  December 14, 2021

    Red Mini Bell Pepper Lingot®

  • Karla123  on  December 15, 2021

    Slow-cooked Romano beans with tomato and pomegranate molasses!

  • Karla123  on  December 15, 2021

    I would start a garden with the mizuna, sorrel, and tatsoi lingots.

  • NatalyaM  on  December 17, 2021

    I would love to grow my own bok choi.

  • NatalyaM  on  December 17, 2021

    I would love to try many of the anchovy recipes, but would probably start with charred leeks with eggs, anchovies, parsley, and capers since my partner loves leeks.

  • APrivateSupperClub  on  December 17, 2021

    I would love to have both of the strawberries in the spring, along with some edible flowers.

  • APrivateSupperClub  on  December 17, 2021

    I have LOTS of purple shiso that grow in my yard, so the Charred Cucumbers and Shiso Quick Pickles caught my attention.

  • HeatherLynn  on  December 17, 2021

    Red lentil hummus

  • HeatherLynn  on  December 17, 2021

    Red Cherry Tomato Lingot! So many great choices!

  • youngsvnnhrs  on  December 17, 2021

    Arugula Lingot

  • youngsvnnhrs  on  December 17, 2021

    Lemony fried rice with greens and herbs

  • trudys_person  on  December 18, 2021

    Preserved lemon in herb oil sounds delicious!

  • calguire  on  December 20, 2021

    Red lentil hummus

  • calguire  on  December 20, 2021

    Cilantro lingot

  • tarae1204  on  December 20, 2021

    Miso Maple Walnuts

  • tarae1204  on  December 20, 2021

    Marjoram, savory – hard to find herbs

  • JenjiRM  on  December 21, 2021

    Pistachio dip with burnt onion and seaweed!

  • JenjiRM  on  December 21, 2021

    Any herb – probably chives or a basil

  • chromiumman  on  December 21, 2021

    mole spiced meatballs

  • chromiumman  on  December 21, 2021

    sweet basil lingot

  • SamanthaV  on  December 21, 2021

    Black lentil hummus

  • SamanthaV  on  December 21, 2021

    Shiso Purple Lingot would be awesome

  • roseryan1972  on  December 24, 2021

    Beet borani

  • robsdoor  on  December 24, 2021

    Radishes with special sauce and herbs

  • jtcook  on  December 26, 2021

    Sprout salad with ‘nduja and mint

  • jtcook  on  December 26, 2021

    White Wild Strawberry Lingot!

  • Tabby72  on  December 27, 2021

    I’d make the pistachio dip!

  • Tabby72  on  December 27, 2021

    Sweet basil lingot.

  • julescooksthings  on  December 27, 2021

    Fried shishitos with dancing bonito – this sounds so good! i just recently discovered how much i like shishitos

  • betsyradelow  on  December 27, 2021

    Spicy roasted carrots with avocado, sprouts, and sunflower dukkah & Wild Red Strawberry Lingot

  • Pizzacat13  on  December 28, 2021

    Spiced Lamb Meatballs- mmmmmm!

  • Pizzacat13  on  December 28, 2021

    I’d try Bi Colour Shiso, Mizuna and Phlox- love the variety of plants.

  • Mwtompkins  on  December 29, 2021

    fried shishitos

  • kaelaathay  on  December 29, 2021

    Pomegranate tea cake with almond and rose

  • kaelaathay  on  December 29, 2021

    Cilantro lingot

  • cdagen  on  December 29, 2021

    “Deviled” eggs on shiso

  • nyserge  on  December 29, 2021

    Miso-maple walnut

  • teamkies  on  December 29, 2021

    Summer squash salad with dried shrimp and crispy shallots

  • teamkies  on  December 29, 2021

    Wild red strawberry lingot

  • threefourpfeif  on  December 29, 2021

    I’d try the black lentil hummus

  • threefourpfeif  on  December 29, 2021

    I’d love to start with the sweet basil lingot

  • Lora724  on  December 30, 2021

    Whole roasted cauliflower with turmeric ghee sounds delish.

  • Lora724  on  December 30, 2021

    I would love to grow mini vegetables.

  • jsilberlicht  on  December 30, 2021

    As soon as they come from my garden: Whole grilled fava beans with chile, dried lime, and dill

  • MarciK  on  December 30, 2021

    Radishes with walnut oil

  • MarciK  on  December 30, 2021

    sorrel lingot

  • tararr  on  December 30, 2021

    Grilled corn with dried shrimp butter

  • tararr  on  December 30, 2021

    Tatsoi

  • Lafauvette  on  December 30, 2021

    Red lentil hummus

  • Lafauvette  on  December 30, 2021

    Sweet Basil Lingot

  • LABeachGal  on  December 31, 2021

    I’d love to try Crispy sweet potatoes with tahini yogurt and seaweed gomasio!

  • LABeachGal  on  December 31, 2021

    I’d love to start with the thyme lingot.

  • laurencooks  on  December 31, 2021

    Easy pumpkin dumplings with black vinegar and Parmesan

  • laurencooks  on  December 31, 2021

    Shiso bicolor lingot

  • kennethjohngilmour  on  January 1, 2022

    would like to try the whole roasted cauliflower with turmeric ghee found on page 182 first

  • kennethjohngilmour  on  January 1, 2022

    would like to start a garden with their Indian Flavours lingot

  • amylou61  on  January 1, 2022

    I’d try the recipe for Black lentil hummus.

  • amylou61  on  January 1, 2022

    I’d start with the Sweet Basil Lingot.

  • LEKcookbooks  on  January 2, 2022

    The ingredients in the red lentil hummus sound delightful! And I would start with a dill lingot.

  • Phyllis8  on  January 2, 2022

    Spicy roasted carrots with yummy goodies!

  • Phyllis8  on  January 2, 2022

    Red cherry tomato lingot.

  • minbody  on  January 7, 2022

    The pistachio dip with burnt onions and seaweed sounds yummy

  • JEWGAL777  on  January 7, 2022

    Baked eggs with lentils.

  • topdawg11  on  January 7, 2022

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and crispy shallots

  • topdawg11  on  January 7, 2022

    Jalapeno hot chili lingot.

  • Sjwoodin  on  January 7, 2022

    Whole roasted cauliflower with turmeric ghee

  • Sjwoodin  on  January 7, 2022

    Purple Basil

  • cljones  on  January 7, 2022

    Marinated beets sounds good.

  • KarenDel  on  January 7, 2022

    Black lentil hummus

  • KarenDel  on  January 7, 2022

    Red Cherry Tomato Lingot

  • LindsPesh  on  January 7, 2022

    I think I’d start with the white winter salad given the time of year; I’d also love to try the easy pumpkin dumplings and the meatballs with dried lime and chile

  • LindsPesh  on  January 7, 2022

    I’d like to start my garden with the Wild Red Strawberry lingot!

  • eboogie  on  January 8, 2022

    I love eggplant and am always looking for new ways to make it so I’d try the Eggplant fritters with chickpea flour and date syrup.

  • eboogie  on  January 8, 2022

    The chocolate mini peppers look great, i’d love to try those.

  • Shelley.b  on  January 8, 2022

    Black lentil hummus

  • Shelley.b  on  January 8, 2022

    Sweet basil lingot

  • Beckyth  on  January 8, 2022

    I’m interested in the white winter salad

  • christinezac  on  January 9, 2022

    Miso Chicken Meatballs!! Yum!

  • thewoobdog  on  January 11, 2022

    Beets with labneh and curry!

  • thewoobdog  on  January 11, 2022

    OMG, what lingot do I NOT want? It looks like you have most of the herbs needed to do traditional Frankfurt green sauce, though, so I’d start with those!

  • JenjiD  on  January 13, 2022

    “Deviled” eggs on shiso

  • JenjiD  on  January 13, 2022

    Pak Choi

  • orchidlady01  on  January 14, 2022

    Baby bok choy “under a brick”

  • orchidlady01  on  January 14, 2022

    Butterhead Lettuce Lingot

  • Jennifer7  on  January 14, 2022

    spicy chickpeas

  • ktpotat  on  January 14, 2022

    Radishes with walnut oil

  • ktpotat  on  January 14, 2022

    Lettuce lingot

  • chefmarquido  on  January 14, 2022

    Fried shishitos with dancing bonito

  • JessHeilman  on  January 15, 2022

    Thai basil lingot

  • JessHeilman  on  January 15, 2022

    Black lentil hummus

  • JessHeilman  on  January 15, 2022

    Miso maple walnuts

  • edyenicole  on  January 15, 2022

    miso maple walnuts

  • edyenicole  on  January 15, 2022

    pansy lingot

  • finamoon  on  January 18, 2022

    Coconut-braised chicken with lime leaf, peanut, and Crispy shallots

  • finamoon  on  January 18, 2022

    Komatsuma Lingot

  • FontQueen62  on  January 19, 2022

    Anything with radishes!

  • FontQueen62  on  January 19, 2022

    Oh my goodness, it would be hard to choose which lingos to start with…maybe spices first or maybe the greens for a great salad…

  • stulled  on  January 19, 2022

    thai basil lingot

  • stulled  on  January 19, 2022

    chicken miso meatballs

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