For growing asparagus, prep your ground in the fall to enjoy this edible hedge for springs to come.
Find fresh side dish recipes inspired by farmers’ market ingredients.
Illinois-grown horseradish and springtime veggies star in this three-course meal.
Take a trip to Mill Creek Farm in Quincy for fresh-picked spring strawberries and asparagus.
Celebrate fresh asparagus this spring with delicious and healthy recipes.
Whether fresh from the garden or in the middle of winter, nothing helps breathe life into your dinner menu like a few delicious vegetable side dishes. From horseradish mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus and marsala carrots to risotto with peas, fresh corn salad and an Italian squash medley, these dishes bring color and flavor that your family will eat up.
No meat? No problem! Here are some of our favorite vegetarian-friendly dinner ideas that are sure to satisfy even the biggest appetites. These recipes include Mediterranean Spinach Quiche, Baked Stuffed Acorn Squash, Stuffed Peppers, Eggplant, Mozzarella and Pesto Gratins and Farmers Market Stir-Fry.
If you’re starting asparagus in your garden this year, remember that you’ll have to wait three years after planting for your first crop.