I love mid summer at the farm. This week I will focus mainly on one of my all time mid-summer favorites, Eggplant, but will also include recipes for potatoes and Swiss Chard (and even Shishito peppers) Featured Item—Eggplant Eggplant is one of those vegetables that take a bit of effort to get behind, but once […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Featured Items–Shishito and Padron Peppers According to Farmer Joe, we will be receiving a variety of peppers throughout the season and folks may get different offerings on different distribution days so I though I would highlight two less familiar varieties–Shishito and Padron. Peppers and chiles are typically differentiated by their level of heat. Chiles are […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern–Week 8
CSA Tip—Write it down For years I would bring my bounty home, do any prep work that was required, and then pack everything away wherever I could find space in my fridge. It finally occurred to me last year to make a list of the type and amount of items I brought home and tack […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern–Week 6
I was so eager to get out this week’s post I accidentally hit the publish button before I was completely done with it. I had meant to link you all to a post from last year that featured simply grilled recipes for both shishito peppers and the mini Fairy Tale eggplants that we are receiving […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Something New–Red Noodle Beans (sorry couldn’t get photo to upload–click here to view) I was out picking beans yesterday and came across this highly unusual variety. They are dark purple, thin, and incredibly long (up to 18″). As it turns out they are a relative of black eyed peas, but taste more like a green […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern
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