And the Napa cabbage keeps coming….. Try this refreshing slaw if you are looking for new ideas: Save Print Napa Cabbage Slaw with Peaches and Creamy Poppyseed Dressing Serves: 4-6 Ingredients – 1 small/medium Napa cabbage, thinly sliced, rinsed and dried – 2 firm ripe peaches, peeled, cut into thin slices, then cut in ½ […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh–Week 5–Napa Cabbage and Zucchini Galore
Once again, I am trying to focus my articles on items that will be in the shares most days of the week. This week I am including Napa cabbage and kohlrabi, both items that can sometimes stump the most creative of us cooks. Napa Cabbage Napa Cabbage can be a bit confusing. It is a […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh–Week 3–Napa Cabbage and Kohlrabi
I am so excited. Compared with past year’s output, this year’s early harvest is plentiful and nicely varied. We even have peas (shelling and snap) and annual herbs (cilantro, dill and parsley) available to pick already. A few notes on some of the items you may see that you may not be too familiar with. […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Happy Tuesday everyone! Great news! There is quite a bit more to be had in the picking fields this week so be sure to allot enough time for picking (I think I was out there for about 40 minutes). Also, there are some flowers available to pick (see photo) so don’t forget to bring scissors […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern–Week 2
It is so exciting to be starting another season at the farm. I am itching to experiment with new preparations and expand my repertoire to explore more raw, vegan, gluten-free, paleo, and vegetarian techniques and dishes. I so look forward to sharing these experiments with you this season. As always, I welcome your feedback and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern
Hope you enjoyed your first week of produce from the CSA. This week we will be enjoying red Russian Kale, some more Napa cabbage and scallions, and some tender greens. I would recommend that everyone read my past post that discusses using up tender greens before they go bad (since they are less hardy than […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
One food experiment I tried this winter is raw fermentation. Fermented foods are growing in popularity due to the belief that they aid in digestion, contain useful probiotics and vitamins, and support the immune system. While the nutritional merits of fermented foods are still being worked out, there is no doubt that they have long […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
You know your CSA produce is delicious when your cat, who is never interested in people food, starts gnawing on your scallion greens before you can even put your bounty safely away in the refrigerator. Of course, since it is so adorable, you let him have at it. No matter that he eventually makes himself […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
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