Spring crops are popping up all over Kansas! Tis especially the season for fresh asparagus and rhubarb at some pick-your-own farms across the state. After selecting a bunch of your favorite asparagus, you can saute it in butter or roast it drizzled with olive oil for a tasty side dish. But if you’re looking for…
Enjoy this farm fresh recipe, originally featured in the Savor the Season Recipe Cards, created by From the Land of Kansas!
Warm up your week with this incredible German-inspired dish filled with crisped potatoes, spicy kielbasa, and tangy sauerkraut.
Last week I visited Glen Brunkow’s Farm to learn all about his lamb operation! This “On the Farm” tour was on behalf of Kansas Living, and I’ll be doing many more this year.I love learning about agriculture all over Kansas, but all of that lamb talk got me in the mood for a delicious lamb…
This is a healthy and hearty dish with plenty of bite – perfect as a side for lamb chops, baked chicken, or your Sunday roast! I paired this with my Honey-Balsamic Glazed Lamb Chops and made the whole meal LIVE on Facebook! You can watch the meal come to life right here!
Sometimes baked beans are too thick and starchy for my liking. I prefer my beans with lots of sauce, and that’s exactly what you get with this recipe. Also, this sauce is pretty tangy, so be warned!
I don’t know about you, but I’m not a big fan of the word “hash”…… it sounds so crass somehow. Regardless, hash not only has beautiful presentation, it’s easy to make, goes together quickly and you can actually create it from whatever vegetables you happen to have on hand.