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Tomato Egg Drop Soup

This is a fast, easy to adapt dish that can pull anything you are having for dinner together. I like it with rice or any grain to make it into a meal. I also like to throw any leftover vegetable … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Recipes, Soups, Tomatoes | Leave a comment

Spiralized Kohlrabi and Zucchini

I know lots of you have spiralizers because every year when zucchinis are plentiful I hear many of you say “Yay zucchini! I”ll spiralize it!!”. I don’t have a spiralizer but I borrowed one this week to see what all … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Kohlrabi, Recipes, Zucchini | 1 Comment

Easy Roasted Eggplant Parmesan

I love to make ‘real’ eggplant Parmesan but it is admittedly a big production. The three bowls to coat the eggplant, then fry it all is a mess. It is worth it, sometimes, but it’s not a meal I am … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Eggplant, Recipes

Cherry Clafoutis

Clafoutis is a traditional French summer treat, not quite a flan and not quite a cake, they are sort of crepe like in taste and texture but deeper. You can make them with any soft fruit like peaches or apricots … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Cherries, Eggs, Recipes | 2 Comments

Virtual CSA Farm Tour

It’s a Red Wagon tradition that we have at least 2 or 3 CSA Farm Tours every year. It’s a chance for us to show off the Farm and for our CSA to see what, where and how we grow … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Farm

Fresh Garlic

Unless you grow your own garlic or belong to a CSA you may never have seen or eaten fresh garlic. Garlic you buy or that you will get in the next few weeks is dried (cured) for about 2 or … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Garlic, Recipes

Grilled Hakurei Turnips with Lemon Cream

Last week I posted a recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks, Six Seasons. I, like you, have a lot of Hakurei turnips in my life right now and I was trying to think of something different to do with them … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Recipes, Salads, Turnips | 1 Comment

Turnip Salad with Yogurt, Herbs & Poppy Seeds

I saw this salad in a cookbook I really like called Six Seasons. I have mentioned that I like to clean my refrigerator of all my vegetable odds and ends the day before my CSA pick-up. I did that today … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Recipes, Turnips

Pea Shoot and Green Garlic Pesto

I love Pesto!! I love Pesto made from almost anything green. Arugula,  Collards, Sorrel, and of course Basil. This week I wanted some pesto and it is too early for basil and I ate my arugula so I found myself … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Garlic, Peas, Recipes | 2 Comments

Ways To Make The Most Of Your CSA

Last week I suggested having a look around the recipe section on our website for ideas on managing your CSA. I hope you had a minute to do that.  Here are a couple more ideas I hope you will find … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Farm, Recipes, Storage and Preparation