Category Archives: 2014

Braised Collard Greens with Tomatoes

You can quickly saute collards like you do kale and chard, but I think collards really shine when they are braised. Braising breaks down the collards and makes them silky. I love the taste and texture of braised collards served … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Collards, Recipes, Tomatoes

Collecting Clothes for Farm Worker Babies/Toddlers

Two of our farm workers have young children and we are collecting gently used clothing for them. We are collecting clothes for 3 GIRLS–especially winter clothes: Scarlett needs clothes that are size 3 months and older. Samanta needs clothes size … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Farm

“FED UP” Movie Screening in Boulder

Join us for a screening of FED UP Sat, Nov 15 at 7pm (doors open 6:30) At Unitarian Universalist Church 5001 Pennsylvania Ave, Boulder No Charge (donations accepted), Refreshments For information call 303-494-0195 ext 3 About the Film “Narrated by … Continue reading

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Red Wagon veggies and more for Thursday 11/6

Our CSA season is over and our farm stand is closed. But you can still get veggies and other great food from Red Wagon! See the order forms below to order veggies, fruit, eggs, coffee, beef, and pork. Place your … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Farm

Deborah Madison’s Cabbage Panade

Deborah Madison has been a great inspiration to me for years. I have several of her books, including her latest “Vegetable Literacy”. I just finished reading Vegetable Literacy (I am kind of weird in that I read cookbooks cover to … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Cabbage, Onions/Leeks, Recipes

Mini Fall CSA week 2

It is the second and last week of our Mini Fall CSA! Here is what we are hoping to give members: Regular Share Heirloom Carrots Choice: Winter Squash OR Cabbage Choice: Potatoes OR Sunchokes Choice: Cauliflower OR Romanesco Choice: Spinach … Continue reading

Posted in 2014

GMO Labeling (Prop 105)

Wyatt and I are both voting YES on Proposition 105 regarding GMO labeling of food. We both avoid knowingly eating GMO foods, but I am certain that we unknowingly eat GMO foods because they are everywhere. I can almost guarantee … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Farm

Why do some vegetables taste sweeter in the winter?

Fall is here. The nighttime temperatures at the Farm are regularly dipping into the mid, to low 30’s. That is bad news for the Summer crops like tomatoes, peppers, and basil. We won’t be seeing those again until next year. … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Newsletter | 2 Comments

Romanesco and Cauliflower with Béchamel

Romanesco is such a fantastic vegetable! I think it tastes like cauliflower, but a little sweeter. Plus I am always fascinated by the fractal form of it. You could easily make this recipe with just romanesco or cauliflower, but I … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Cauliflower, Recipes, Romanesco | 1 Comment

Mini Fall CSA – Week 1

Here’s what we hope to bring you on the 22nd: -Winter Squash -Onion -Choice: Cauliflower OR Romanesco -Choice: Hakurei Turnips OR Beets -Choice: Kale OR Collards OR Broccoli Raab OR Bok Choi -Choice: Spinach OR Lettuce OR Arugula OR Braising … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Farm, Newsletter