Top Rated Organic Recipes

These warm, cooked pears have a surprise in the middle: a pool of light syrup made of honey and whiskey that livens up the dessert, and adds richness to the fruit.
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During the fall, squash and pumpkin season is in full swing at the farmers' market. We picked up a small organic kabocha squash, and roasted it until tender. Topped with fried shallots, this classic fall dish takes on a northern Thai flavor.
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This healthy soup is great as an appetizer. It's easy to make for when you have lots of people over. 
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Whether you use canned or fresh artichokes (which are in season), this is an easy crowd-pleaser for the fall because it tastes best served warm. You can pair this dip with either a freshly toasted baguette or crudités. Some artichoke dip recipes call for a much heavier combination of sour cream, mayonnaise, and cheese, but we’ve made a lighter version that focuses on the fresh artichoke flavor.
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If you live near an organic chicken farm, it’s a great idea to take advantage of the fresh poultry — you’ll really taste the difference. We ordered ours from Iacono Farm in East Hampton, but check local listings for a farm closest to you. This recipe is very simple to make, and comes out beautifully every time. Keep in mind that this roasted chicken takes a minimum of two days: the secret to its juiciness is seasoning the bird overnight, and drying it twice thoroughly. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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This easy-to-make whipping cream incorporates the orange-infused simple syrup made in the Orange Olive Oil cake for a delicate sweetness. The result is airy and creamy.  
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Chicken stock is helpful for so many dishes! Making it yourself will bring more flavor to your dishes. 
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This simple basic dish only requires one ingredient. Keep it in the fridge or freezer; it's bound to come in handy when you're cooking. 
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What better way to snack than on homemade popcorn? Fast and affordable, it's good for you, too. 
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Frittata
This delicious veggie-packed frittata uses fresh spring vegetables, creating a flavorful Easter brunch dish.This recipe is courtesy of Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs.
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This dish is great to serve as a main course. It's healthy and light, perfect for those looking for a healthy, hearty meal. 
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This side dish is a healthy version of risotto — no cream is added, but the chicken stock and melted butter come together to create a light creaminess that works beautifully with the hearty grain.
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