Category Archives: Recipes

Rainbow Chard Salad

Kale salads have had their day in the sun haven’t they? I don’t know why, but you almost never see chard raw on a menu or in recipes on the Internet or in cookbooks. Chard is much more mild in … Continue reading

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Celebrate Pride Month with Rainbow Chard

Happy Pride Month to all our LGBTQ+ friends, family, CSA members and co-workers! We see you, we hear you AND- we want to feed you! What better way than to revisit a favorite tried and true rainbow chard pizza post! … Continue reading

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Spicy Salad Mix aka Braising Mix

This mix of greens is my favorite bagged/cut green we grow. It has two names; Spicy Salad Mix and also Braising mix (same thing, different names). Both the names for some reason scare people from trying it. Folks think it … Continue reading

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Rhubarb Crisp

Rhubarb crisp might be the easiest most delicious dessert there is. I say dessert, but I love having it for breakfast with yogurt. There are almost 3 million rhubarb crisp recipes on the internet, the ones I looked at are … Continue reading

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Bok Choy Stir Fry-Make Ahead Sauce

I really got into Asian-ish cooking during the pandemic. I love how vegetable heavy it is and how adaptable the cuisine is to almost anything you have on hand. I made a super easy Bok Choy and tofu dish with … Continue reading

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Fried Beans with Sorrel and Green Garlic

I love sorrel. I love sorrel with eggs. I love sorrel mixed in with any sautéed greens or added to a salad. It brings a bright flavor, more mild and more interesting than lemon. I followed this David Lebovitz recipe … Continue reading

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Mache and Claytonia

This week you will have a choice of getting a mix of claytonia and mache in your CSA share. You probably have never heard of these greens unless you have grown them yourself. I have never seen them for sale … Continue reading

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Marcella Hazen’s Cabbage and Rice Soup

If you aren’t familiar with Marcella Hazen’s recipes you should sit down and give her a Google. Her recipes are simple and use everyday ingredients and the dishes you create are almost always more than a sum of their parts. … Continue reading

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Skillet Apple Crisp

This tastes like a hug. I prefer apple crisp to apple pie. I love everything going on in a crisp: nuts, crunchy bits, chewy oats, tart apples and sweet syrupy juices. Pie always disappoints me, crisps never do. I think … Continue reading

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Cheesy Roasted Pepper Mashed Potatoes

This is one of my favorite Thanksgiving dishes. I’ve never shared any holiday food with you on the blog. Now, with the winter CSA I’ll get to! Roasted chilies added to mashed potatoes are so good with turkey and dressing … Continue reading

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