Recipes

Bok Choy with Gourmet Spinach Dip

Real fresh spinach, leeks and goat chevre make a healthy and flavorful filling or dip. Trim 1 medium or 2 small leeks and cut an X down into the shank. Run the leek under water, separating the layers to wash … Continue reading

Sweet Potato Leek Soup

This is a very basic recipe for a delicious creamy soup that you can adapt in many different ways. Add coconut milk and cilantro for a more tropical flavor; heavy cream and nutmeg for solid comfort food. Optional: Cut the … Continue reading

Butternut Waffles

This is based on a recipe my friend Josh, a relatively new subscriber, gave me from a blog appropriately called “The Pumpkin Waffle Blog: the Search for the Perfect Pumpkin Waffle”. You can make a savory version of this recipe … Continue reading

Wilted Escarole Chopped Salad

This salad can be a full meal if you do one or more of the “add-ons” listed. Wash and slice 2 potatoes and 2 beets in 1/4 inch thick half rounds — keeping them separate. Mix together 2 T. olive … Continue reading

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All the Colors of a Sunrise, in a Peach

Way back in 2003 when a group of our CSA subscribers helped us first secure a piece of land with the security to plant fruit trees, we decided to focus primarily on Peaches and Nectarines. Taken together, these so-called “stone … Continue reading

Cucumbers and their Diabolical Pests

Growing cucumbers organically is challenging just about everywhere in the continental U.S. thanks to a small pest with a big appetite. Two actually. Cucumber beetles are the size and shape of Ladybugs, but that is where their similarities end. These … Continue reading

Interactive Tomato Identification Guide

Happy July 4th Holiday! We’ve packed you a seasonally appropriate box of produce this week; more on that below. With tomato season hitting its full stride this week, we present the following interactive textual Ven diagram to help you figure … Continue reading