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Gluten Free Banana Bread
Transform overripe bananas into an easy to make, gluten free banana bread (GF, DF)
$ 2.00 USD
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Sugar Snap Pea Salad
Minty, zesty snap pea salad with salty pecorino to finish (GF)
$ 2.00 USD
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Simple Roasted Chicken
A classic dish of roasted chicken, carrots, baby potatoes, beets, and celery (GF)
$ 2.00 USD
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Fluke Crudo
A refreshing dish of thinly sliced raw fluke, grapefruit, and cucumber aguachile (GF, DF)
$ 2.00 USD
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Beet and Grain Salad
A colorful blend of oven-roasted beets, grain mix of quinoa and einkorn, grapefruit, mint, and basil (DF)
$ 2.00 USD
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General Donation

Marinated Skirt Steak
Ty Kotz
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Skirt steak is my favorite Non-Traditional "steak" cut of beef. It is full of flavor and texture and marinates very well. This recipe is patterned off a version I learned working under one of my earliest Mentor and Friend, Ali Barker. He always used hanger steak, which this marinade will work amazing for. I would also say this is great for Flank Steak, Tri-Tip, Bavette, or any other cut that is great for marinating and grilling.

Lime-y Olive Oil Cake
Elise Kornack
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

This cake is a simple, gluten-free, dairy-free teacake that can serve as either an afternoon snack or full-on dessert. The lime makes the cake seem refreshing and almost cooling in flavor.

Super Tasty Eggplant Rice
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Korean cuisine is based on bab (rice) and banchan (side dishes) as a foundational format. This recipe combines the two elements into a single delicious, one-stop meal. Eggplants are one of my favorite ingredients in the summer; in utilizing it in the bibim (mix) format where we combine rice, a sauce, and produce of choice, it is one of my go-to’s for a satisfying, comforting meal that also happens to be healthy.

Sunchoke and Oyster Mushroom
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Braised sunchokes in soy sauce dashi, with oyster mushrooms, oranges and truffle mayo.

Napa Cabbage Kimchi
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Chef JP share his recipe for kimchi, a staple in Korean cuisine. Here with napa cabbage, korean radish and fermented anchovy.

Chicken Parmigiano
Chris Jaeckle
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

A spin on a weekday dinner favorite. Make sure to use great Parmigiano for this one. And if you buy this recipe, it comes with the Quintessential Southern Italian tomato sauce, so no need to buy that one too.

Matt Aita
Marinated Skirt Steak
Ty Kotz
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Skirt steak is my favorite Non-Traditional "steak" cut of beef. It is full of flavor and texture and marinates very well. This recipe is patterned off a version I learned working under one of my earliest Mentor and Friend, Ali Barker. He always used hanger steak, which this marinade will work amazing for. I would also say this is great for Flank Steak, Tri-Tip, Bavette, or any other cut that is great for marinating and grilling.

Lime-y Olive Oil Cake
Elise Kornack
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

This cake is a simple, gluten-free, dairy-free teacake that can serve as either an afternoon snack or full-on dessert. The lime makes the cake seem refreshing and almost cooling in flavor.

Super Tasty Eggplant Rice
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Korean cuisine is based on bab (rice) and banchan (side dishes) as a foundational format. This recipe combines the two elements into a single delicious, one-stop meal. Eggplants are one of my favorite ingredients in the summer; in utilizing it in the bibim (mix) format where we combine rice, a sauce, and produce of choice, it is one of my go-to’s for a satisfying, comforting meal that also happens to be healthy.

Sunchoke and Oyster Mushroom
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Braised sunchokes in soy sauce dashi, with oyster mushrooms, oranges and truffle mayo.

Napa Cabbage Kimchi
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Chef JP share his recipe for kimchi, a staple in Korean cuisine. Here with napa cabbage, korean radish and fermented anchovy.

Chicken Parmigiano
Chris Jaeckle
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

A spin on a weekday dinner favorite. Make sure to use great Parmigiano for this one. And if you buy this recipe, it comes with the Quintessential Southern Italian tomato sauce, so no need to buy that one too.

Marinated Skirt Steak
Ty Kotz
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Skirt steak is my favorite Non-Traditional "steak" cut of beef. It is full of flavor and texture and marinates very well. This recipe is patterned off a version I learned working under one of my earliest Mentor and Friend, Ali Barker. He always used hanger steak, which this marinade will work amazing for. I would also say this is great for Flank Steak, Tri-Tip, Bavette, or any other cut that is great for marinating and grilling.

Lime-y Olive Oil Cake
Elise Kornack
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

This cake is a simple, gluten-free, dairy-free teacake that can serve as either an afternoon snack or full-on dessert. The lime makes the cake seem refreshing and almost cooling in flavor.

Super Tasty Eggplant Rice
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Korean cuisine is based on bab (rice) and banchan (side dishes) as a foundational format. This recipe combines the two elements into a single delicious, one-stop meal. Eggplants are one of my favorite ingredients in the summer; in utilizing it in the bibim (mix) format where we combine rice, a sauce, and produce of choice, it is one of my go-to’s for a satisfying, comforting meal that also happens to be healthy.

Sunchoke and Oyster Mushroom
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Braised sunchokes in soy sauce dashi, with oyster mushrooms, oranges and truffle mayo.

Napa Cabbage Kimchi
Junghyun 'JP' Park
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

Chef JP share his recipe for kimchi, a staple in Korean cuisine. Here with napa cabbage, korean radish and fermented anchovy.

Chicken Parmigiano
Chris Jaeckle
$ 2.00 USD
$ 2.00 USD

A spin on a weekday dinner favorite. Make sure to use great Parmigiano for this one. And if you buy this recipe, it comes with the Quintessential Southern Italian tomato sauce, so no need to buy that one too.