One of the biggest (and most pleasant) surprises we've encountered since we started White Leaf Provisions is the strength of the biodynamic food c...
White Leaf Provisions was born from our desire to source deliciously pure and transparent baby foods for our son Keegan. Our idea to create a comp...
We don't always eat pastries for breakfast ... but sometimes, on special occasions or Saturday mornings after a long week, there are few things more comforting or delicious.
There are three things we require for a breakfast recipe to make it into our regular weekday rotation around here: First, it must be easy, because our mornings tend to be a little on the crazy side. Second...
To celebrate our newest biodynamic apple sauce flavor, Apple & Cinnamon, we decided to create a fun new recipe with it! We combined our sauce with a few of our other favorite ingredients, oats, raisins, Ceylon cinnamon and walnuts, and whipped up a delicious, wholesome cookie.
Don't fancy yourself a baker? Then this recipe is for you. Buttermilk scones might sound fancy, but this version is as simple as they come. We try to bake an item with our four-year-old son Keegan at least once a week, and this was one of the first recipes he helped us measure out and cut.
Who says produce picks are at their prime in the summer months? One of our favorite salad combinations is exclusively made with with the produce in season from November through March.
There are only six weeks of winter left, and while we're excited for spring, we also plan to indulge in the current season's richer recipes and bountiful product before warmer weather hits. One of our go-to dishes ever winter is a delicious Chickpea, Coconut, and Red Pepper soup--it's hearty and rich, but oh-so-healthy, too.
We recently tested out this amazing butternut squash soup recipe from the One Gun Ranch cookbook(which, if you haven't heard of it, is a wonderful cookbook by the founders of a biodynamic farm in California). It's simple to prepare, but hints of ginger, lime, and jalapeño complement the squash in an unexpected way.
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