Recipes

Vegetarian Massaman Thai Curry

This dish is traditionally made with chicken and potatoes, but the particular flavors of the curry (peanuts and tangy citrus) also work great with sweet potatoes.  I always use store-bought curry paste when I make Thai food but I have … Continue reading

Peruvian-themed Bowls

“Bowls” are everywhere.  And you are probably already making them at home.  But if you’re not, here’s a guideline for spending one night in the kitchen and turning this week’s box into several days or nights worth of meals in … Continue reading

Acorn Squash Fajitas

Like Delicata squash, Acorn squash skin is edible when cooked this way.  It softens up but still gives a nice textural contrast to the creamy flesh.  Make sure to cut the squash slices thinly or they will take much longer … Continue reading

Eggplant Arugula Sandwiches

Recipe:  Eggplant Arugula Sandwiches Most eggplant sandwiches use large slices of cooked eggplant, which never really worked for me.  In this recipe you cube the cooked eggplant and toss it with tomatoes and roasted or raw peppers and then make … Continue reading

Grilled Delicata Squash with Sauteed Veggies

You can also cook the squash on a baking sheet in the oven at 400 degrees. Prepare or heat your bbq grill. Cut the stem off 1-2 Delicata squash and then cut half lengthwise.  Scoop out the seeds and pulp.  … Continue reading

Green Beans with Peppers and Pesto

This dish can be served warm or cold, and can serve either as a salad or a side dish. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Remove the leaves from 1 bunch of basil and toss in … Continue reading

TFF Mole with Green Beans and Potatoes

Mexican Mole sauce is usually made with dried peppers but this thick and rich sauce uses fresh peppers instead. Peel and dice 1 medium or 2 small onions.  Core and dice 3-4 sweet red pepppers (or a combination of colors). … Continue reading

Roasted Eggplant Salad Thai Style

Roasting eggplant in the oven brings out its delicate flavor while giving it a more interesting texture than simply sauteing it. Cut 1 eggplant lengthwise in 1/2″ thick slices.  On a plate, mix together 1 T. soy sauce and 1 … Continue reading

Potato-Tomato Gratin

An amazingly delicious recipe from the first Greens cookbook that makes a great simple dinner when combined with a nice salad.  This recipe is almost as good if you omit the cheese. Roughly chop 1/2 C. of fresh rosemary or … Continue reading

Basque-Style Piperade

This is a traditional Basque cooked sauce that is commonly used to poach eggs in.  You can also serve it over pasta or  just dunk bread in it and eat with some nice soft cheese. Thinly slice 1 large or … Continue reading

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Dry Farming in the Winter?

Important Note:  This will be the final week that you get your CSA box packed in the larger size boxes we use during the summer.  Beginning next week, your box will be smaller.  Make sure to check the label so … Continue reading

Unwelcome Guests

Somewhere in Africa, a man gets on a plane bound for California.  He has visited several friends and relatives just before leaving, collecting letters and other items from them.  Once here, he again visits friends and relatives, delivering the letters … Continue reading

Drought Update

Last Wednesday we were thrilled to wake to the sound of steady raindrops that brought us almost half an inch of rain over four hours.  The first rain of fall is always welcome around here after our normally long, hot … Continue reading