Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Asparagus and Spring Herbs Two Ways

Is everyone enjoying the lovely asparagus and herbs we got in our CSA share as much as I am? It’s so great to have fresh vegetables and herbs again! I made a couple really simple dishes with my asparagus. I … Continue reading

Posted in 2022, Miscellaneous, Recipes | 1 Comment

Braised Brussels Sprouts and Leeks

I love braising vegetables. It is a simple mostly hands off preparation method.  My favorite part of braising vegetables is that you get a bonus sauce or glaze that elevates the dish beyond roasting or steaming. This dish is good … Continue reading

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Coconut Bacon

Crispy, smoky, salty and a little sweet. So many salad and vegetable main and side-dish recipes call for bacon. If you are anything like me, at least 1/2 my family and friends are non-meat eaters. Bacon does bring a chewy … Continue reading

Posted in 2019, Miscellaneous, Recipes | Comments Off on Coconut Bacon

Hazel Dell Mushroom Add-On Share

I had a few people at pick-up ask me about the mushrooms share. I showed them the bag we were giving to the members that week who choose this add on option. But, I thought it might be better to … Continue reading

Posted in 2018, Miscellaneous, Recipes | Comments Off on Hazel Dell Mushroom Add-On Share

Vegan Cashew Aioli/Cream Sauce

Wyatt and I were talking about cashew aioli and cashew sauce the other day so I thought I would post a basic recipe for it. You can start with this recipe and add herbs or spices. Substitute different oils for … Continue reading

Posted in 2017, Miscellaneous, Recipes | Comments Off on Vegan Cashew Aioli/Cream Sauce

Grilled Vegetable Lasagna

One of the challenges of being in a CSA is using the combination of vegetables you are given in a certain week. You need to think outside of the ‘recipe box’ to use what you are given and not shop … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, Miscellaneous, Recipes | 2 Comments