September 2013

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GO+DO savor GOOD TasTE crazy For kale hallie klecker is—so says the title of her new e-book. this prolific certified holistic nutrition educator has published a cookbook a year since 2011, teaches at willy street co-op, posts recipes at, and is a contributing editor for simply gluten Free magazine. in "crazy for kale," she shares 40 dairy-, gluten-, soy- and refined-sugar-free recipes for this super food, including two twists on the requisite kale chip, plus unexpected recipes for breakfast salads, kale pesto, and inventive pistachio banana ice cream. Visit for one of Klecker's recipes. COmPaNiON get DresseD Abs-olute Apple, Trim Thai, Ripped Ranch and Intense Italian are the saucy names of Fitchburg registered dietitian Sarah Berndt's line of Fit Fresh Cuisine salad dressings. The Thai, a well-balanced sweet and savory combo with a hint of heat, will become your goto marinade. Available at Metcalfe's Market, these local products are soon to launch nationally. what to do with your overflowing csa box? want to keep meals healthy and local, but don't have recipe r&D or meal-planning time? local thyme to the rescue. subthe menu makers scribe to its menu-planning service and founder pat mulvey, a professionally trained chef and finalist for npr's recent taste of summer recipe contest, and laura gilliam, a gardener and accomplished home cook who knows what's realistic for the home kitchen, will provide. their service delivers a weekly shopping list of what's available at farmers' markets; vegetarian, omnivore and gluten-free recipes; and info on the pantry goods needed to make the dishes. an annual membership takes you to the end of this year's outdoor market season in november, as well as through next spring and summer's bounty. iNGREDiENTs mULVEy's DON'T-miss maRKET PiCKs september is a treasured farmers' market month for pat mulvey, a time she calls "the coming together of summer and fall vegetables." her recommendations for prepping some favorites. EGGPLaNT eggplant alla norma, with eggplant, tomato sauce, and ricotta salata over pasta and topped with basil. it's what she calls "the last grab of summer." 74 brava magazine | september 2013 aCORN & CaRNiVaL sqUasH cut squash into rings; fill with early season apples sautéed with onions and cranberries, and bake. or simply drizzle sage brown butter over baked squash. sWEET POTaTOEs simply slice and brush roasted sweet potatoes lightly with maple syrup and char on the grill.

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