Cooking beets brings out their natural sweetness, but they’re also great raw, peeled, grated, and added to salads. If your beets come with the greens, be sure to save them and use as you would chard, as seen in our recipe for Toasted Barley Salad with Roasted Beets, Crispy Garlic, Walnuts and Tofu Dressing. We […]
Pat Gallagher sat down with Sandy Benson of WHHI-TV’s Talk of the Town to discuss the growth and future goals of Vegetable Kingdom. Click to watch!
We are serious about it when we say “We put the YUM in Gumbo”- let us tell you why : In addition to lycopene-rich tomatoes and loads of healthy fresh vegetables, Vegetable Kingdom Gumbo contains a Cajun trinity of Roux, File, and Okra. To define: Roux is a combination of flour and oil, smoothly blended […]
We are making the transition into Spring and getting ready for Summer in our garden. We recently harvested the last of the baby carrots from the garden (til the cold creeps back in again), and have been pulling up lots of lettuces, arugula, cabbages, cilantro, parsley and broccoli lately. To celebrate our garden harvest, […]
The universe works in mysterious ways, and some people seem predestined to meet their ideal match. This is certainly true for Ann Gassenheimer and her husband, Pat Gallagher, owners and creators of Vegetable Kingdom, an artisanal food company based in Beaufort, South Carolina. Nine years ago, the couple created and launched the unique concept behind […]
Cooking with tofu is really fun and simple once you get the hang of it! In this short “How To Tofu” tutorial you will get all two tips you need to make delicious tofu recipes at home. Tofu is as easy to cook as any other protein once you know it’s secrets. Firm and extra firm […]
Our Creole Sauce in a jar is from a classic recipe. It is rich in flavor, deep in color, and velvety smooth in texture. With just the right piquancy it will be the perfect ingredient for any recipe calling for a tomatoes or tomato sauce. Whether you’re serving catfish or meatloaf, our creole sauce will […]
Here in the south our late summers don’t produce much. Generally it’s just too hot and or rainy for an abundance like we get in spring and early summer. Those crop carry us through to fall. One thing, however that does yearly produce an amazing crop is the southern pear. This is what we use […]