Eating Greeneville

Farming, bartering and foraging for meals in East Tennessee.


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Christmas Morning Currant/Ginger Scones

Turn that oven on! Christmas morning scones to warm the house.

Turn that oven on! Christmas morning scones to warm the house.

I’ll admit, most of my desire to bake upon waking comes from a necessity to immediately warm my kitchen/house  by whatever means necessary.  Don’t feel bad for me, I live in a charming old house on a river, but sometimes I just can’t pull myself out of bed at 4 am to stoke the fire and I wake up quite cold.  And I bake.

These scones are very easily and deliciously made vegan by substituting butter for coconut oil.

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Sweet Potato Latkes with Avocado Cream

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Happy Chanukah all!  I’m not Jewish, but man is their food good! Bagels, Knishes, Lox, Brisket, Kugel….some of my favorite foods are Jewish.  I lived in New York a long stretch of my life so I feel that I have had the best version of many of these foods.  Avocado cream on top is where four years in California meets my New York roots.  And honestly I had some greek yogurt in the fridge along with some avocados ripe on the counter and I figured, why not?

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Whole Wheat Crackers and Walnut Oil Hummus

Hummus and homemade crackers.  An easy holiday appetizer.

Hummus and homemade crackers. An easy holiday appetizer.

Over the next few weeks, people are attending holiday party after holiday party.  I’m gonna plead with the masses here to give the old cheese ball a rest.  Even the most conscientious of eaters (myself included) consume more dairy and processed foods during this time that we would even like to think about.  This year, I am looking to bring healthy, tasty alternatives to holiday gatherings, starting with these whole wheat crackers and walnut oil hummus

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Stuck in the Middle with Miso and Chicories.

Miso en place. (see what I did there?)

Miso en place. (see what I did there?)

It’s inevitable, you overdid it around Thanksgiving.  You are possibly PRE-regretting the overabundance of Christmas and New Years Eve.  No worries, even though it might be wrong to say that you can detox when it’s all over, you can still do your body right, right now.  Traditionally you will find wakame seaweed and tofu floating around in your miso soup but I find comfort in my own version of “local” miso every winter.  This one includes fennel, carrots, kale, onion and herbs from the farm.

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