Apple Cinnamon RollsBy Field and HerbsThis is a classic dessert from the 1930's. The recipe comes from a Westinghouse oven manual book. If you would like to make a healthier version of this dish you could use coconut sugar with a little honey in place of the brown sugar. You could use coconut oil in place of the butter. You could use a 1 for 1 gluten free flour mixture in place of the pastry flour. Of course, the results will not be exactly the same but may come close. If you substitute, let us know what you did and how it turned out!Steamed SpinachBy Field and HerbsThe directions for this recipe come from a 1930s Westinghouse oven manual. When purchasing your spinach, be sure to select young, fresh spinach. The cooking time will be longer with older spinach. This dish is lovely tossed with a touch of sea salt and organic, grass-fed butter and served with a lemon slice.Dandelion Hot CocoaBy Field and HerbsThis cocoa is just heavenly! If you've ever had the pleasure of tasting roasted dandelion "coffee" you'll understand just how rich this hot cocoa recipe can be... it is a great way to kick the coffee habit, as well.Grandma’s Creamy Spinach CasseroleBy Field and HerbsThis was a dish served by my grandmother at every holiday gathering. It was so good! She always had a way with making everyone feel welcomed, including filling the bellies of all that visited her home. Holidays were extra special and the scents coming from the kitchen... oh, my! So many turn their nose at spinach but we are telling you that this is one we've seen even those that have sworn off spinach coming back for more! Let us know what you think. This dish is low carb, gluten-free, grain-free, and soy-free.Cinnamon Date Coffee CakeBy Field and HerbsHere is a wonderfully-healthy version of a classic coffee cake. The banana and almond flour makes it a tad more moist than traditional coffee cakes (thank goodness, right?!). If you are not a fan of cinnamon you can omit this from the recipe and it still comes out quite tasty. We feel this is super-quick to whip up and is one we have made for many special occasions and gatherings. Great to bring to your next meeting or event! or perfect for a quick meet-up with the neighbor.Peach Cobbler (GF, SF, Paleo, Grain Free)By Field and HerbsIf you've recently converted to a gluten-free or paleo lifestyle, you may have found a few of your favorite "comfort" foods a tad more difficult to create. We spent a couple of years in Georgia, near a peach farm and restaurant, which served some the best fresh peach cobbler and ice cream you would probably ever have the pleasure of eating. However, we know that it was full of processed sugars and other potentially harmful ingredients. Having tried quite a few gluten-free and/or paleo recipes, we could not come up with one that reminded us of the fresh peach cobbler we had in Georgia. So, after a lot of trial and error we came up with this recipe and we feel it is so close to what we experienced we had to share with all of you. We hope you enjoy!Sweet and Sour CabbageBy Field and HerbsThis Sweet and Sour Cabbage recipe makes a meal on its own or can be eaten as a side dish. It is fantastic with Perogies or dinner sausage. We love its versatility, so many options! and so quick and easy to make! Depending on portion size this can feed anywhere from 4-8 people!