At Stone Pier Press, we want to make serving up climate-friendly meals easy, delicious, and fun.
While cooking seasonally makes obvious sense for the planet, it's also incredibly rewarding for the palate. Food that's fresh from the vine or recently pulled from the ground is richer in flavor, more nutritious, and has less potential to turn into waste. Selecting what's in season from your local grocery store or farmer's market often means you're supporting your community, too.
These three seasonally minded menus highlight produce that is available during the sometimes long winter months.
Through a variety of different dishes, these menus focus on transforming root vegetables, different types of citrus and hearty greens into flavorful, comforting meals that'll warm you inside and out.
DATE NIGHT SPECIAL
The perfect dinner to prepare when you can commit time to making something special for a special someone.
COLORFUL COMFORT FOOD
This menu is easy enough to pull together at the end of a work day and versatile enough to feed two or 20. It features smoky tomato-based chili, garlicky greens, and chewy, rich brownies.
RELIABLE CLASSICS WITH A TWIST
This set of dishes is perfect for a special evening occasion, when you're looking to make an impression with very little hassle.
three menus featuring spring's newest arrivals
Each composed of four simple courses, these menus highlight the vibrant red and green vegetables that sprout up as temperatures begin to rise and rains become occasionally heavy.
A SPRINGTIME BRUNCH
We love this spring feast for a casual Sunday brunch or early evening dinner shared with a group of friends.
FESTIVE SPRING DINNER MENU
This dinner is fresh, colorful, and gorgeous enough to share with a crowd. Each of the four courses can be easily scaled up and much of it can be prepared in advance.
RAINY DAY COMFORTS
On days when the spring weather is keeping you inside, treat yourself to some our zestiest and most popular dishes.
"A meal should connect us to the joy of living and the wonder of nature."
– Michael Pollan