It’s officially summer; or so I am told, now that the CSA share pick ups have begun. This week we’re clearing out the high tunnel, our primary means of season extension, to make for for tomatoes and other sun-loving veggies. This weeks’ recipes reflect the abundance of leafy greens, including Chinese cabbage, spinach, lettuce and … More Week 1- Lovely Leaves
As we progress through the growing season, generous eaters have opened their minds and their kitchens to new foods or different, colorful varieties. Winter squash is the queen of the season, offering a great diversity of shapes and colors. We hope you eaters can find the guide below useful in, first of all, determining which … More Week 19- Winter Squash Guide
1/2 c Butter, room temp. 1 1/2 c turbinado sugar 3 eggs 1/8 tsp vanilla 1 1/2 c peanut butter 1 tsp baking soda 4 1/2 c oats 3-4 chard leaves, de-ribbed and diced small 1/2 c raisins 1/2 c chocolate chips
So, your summer greens guide, apologetically belated: Red Russian Kale Kale is best cooked lightly. When people tell me that they’re running out of things to do with kale or chard, my response is to simply “Start putting it in everything”. Making pasta? Put in some greens! Pizza? Either sprinkle them on top or fool … More Week 10- Is this Kale?
Toasted Quinoa with Kale and Pine Nuts 1 c quinoa, washed and drained 1/2 tsp salt 2 T olive oil, divided 1 3/4 c boiling water 3 cloves garlic, minced 4 c lightly packed kale leaves 1 T lemon juice 1/3 c pine nuts, toasted 1. Dry-toast quinoa is a medium saucepan, stirring until golden … More Week 8
Welcome to week seven. As we finish up with spring greens like salad mix and lettuce, we’re eagerly awaiting the arrive of the warm season crops. We’re pretty excited to try the bacon and swiss chard medley. A simple recipe for any delicious meal= add bacon. See you at the farm stand soon! ROASTED … More Week 7
When describing our farm shares and how Community Supported Agriculture(CSA) works, we are asked this question all the time: “Is that like Bountiful Baskets?” Well, yes and no. There are similarities and differences between the two methods of getting food to eaters, so we’re taking the time to clarify some of those. For starters, CSA … More “So, is that like Bountiful Baskets?”