Category Archives: 2012

Roasted Delicata Squash Salad

Delicata are one of a few winter squash that you don’t need to peel. The flesh and peel are firm with a nutty flavor. I like to roast them in smaller pieces to get more caramelized areas, but you can … Continue reading

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Moussaka

This week I thought I would share some of my favorite go-to recipes with you. First is moussaka, or my take on a moussaka-like dish using what I have on hand. 2 globe/Italian eggplants, unpeeled and cut into 1/2-inch-thick rounds … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Squash

I hear some people say that they are intimidated by cutting winter squash in half in order to bake them. I have read that you can microwave winter squash for 5 to 10 minutes, making them easier to cut, then … Continue reading

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Hasselback Potatoes

This is one of my favorite ways to make potatoes. By cutting them you get more roasted crunchiness to contrast the creamy inside of the potato. Set your oven to 400F.  Make even cuts in your potatoes (don’t cut all … Continue reading

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Shishito Peppers

One of the restaurants we sell to asked Wyatt to grow these peppers and boy am I glad he did. This is probably my favorite new crop this year. These are mild and so flavorful. The seeds of most peppers … Continue reading

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Curried Apple and Potato Kugel

Submitted by Jessica Hersh 3 lbs potatoes (either red or yellow) 2 lbs apples (something with nice flavor and crisp texture (like honeycrisp or granny smith) 2 medium onions 2 Tbs curry powder 2 tsp salt 1 cup flour 6 … Continue reading

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Arugula Pesto

You can use spicy salad mix or spinach, or beet greens or anything leafy. My favorite pesto is made from arugula. I like it better than basil. Anyway, let’s start here. Bag-o-arugula. If I have been asked once I have … Continue reading

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Sunchoke Ideas

We have been offering Jerusalem artichokes in our CSA for years now, so many of you love them and look forward to getting them. This is some information for those of you who may be less familiar with them. Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Watermelon Radishes

I get asked all the time what I do with watermelon radishes. I have fun.

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Butternut Squash Ravioli

Yield: about 30 triangle ravioli I am calling them butternut squash ravioli but you can use any squash you like to make these. For the filling: 1 cup cooked squash (I roasted mine) 1 shallot, chopped sage leaves, chopped 1 … Continue reading

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