Hurray! We have some great new stuff coming in this week like carrots and celery. Remember that for both of these vegetables, the leaves are edible. Below is a pdf on using carrot greens, along with a recipe for carrot top and parsley pesto: Carrot Tops (click on the highlighted words “Carrot Tops” at left) […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I’ve grown a bit weary of long posts about a single featured produce item. How about you? I thought this week I would take a different tact. However, for those of you new to the farm or struggling with what to do with edamame, I am linking this post to the last article I wrote […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern–Week 11
I have written extensively in past posts about zucchini and cucumbers, which are starting to flourish at the farm. So I thought I would simply link you to posts that cover both of these vegetables in detail. I also thought I would link you to some new cooking ideas I’ve come across for these gems. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern–Week 5
Hello fellow CSA members! I will be writing periodically for the winter share this year. I hope you find it useful and entertaining. Please feel free to comment at the end of the post with any suggestions/feedback. May you stay warm, healthy, and well fed this season! One week without my summer CSA share and […]Continue Reading... 7 Comments.
The beginning of the CSA season always brings a variety of greens. Many come to us as leafy tops to more familiar vegetables like radishes and carrots. Many people throw out these greens because they either don’t realize they are edible or don’t know how to use them. Here are some edible top greens you […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern
Featured Item—Beets I can’t think of another vegetable that polarizes people more than beets. Folks tend to love them or hate them. I am one of those “odd birds” that fell in love with canned beets as a kid and have just grown fonder of the vegetable as I have experienced it in other culinary […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
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