The beginning of CSA season is always salad season for me. We tend to receive plenty of lettuce, along with radishes, Hakurei salad turnips, pea shoots, and different varieties of choy and cabbage, all which lend themselves to wonderful salad combinations. Pea shoots are a terrific addition to salads and they are also great sautéed, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh-Week 1-Pea Shoots, Choi, Kohlrabi, and Strawberries
Hope you all enjoyed your first week’s produce and are looking forward week 2! This week I am focusing on Bok Choy, which we are seeing again in plenitude. Please feel free to share your bok choy recipes and ideas (or any others) by commenting on the blog. We’d love to get more members involved […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern
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
Welcome Back veteren CSA members and hello new members. I am so excited to be coming upon a new CSA season and can’t wait to bring you news, information and recipes related to the bounty coming out of the fields this summer. For those of you who are new to the CSA and/or to Simply […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simply Fresh by Julie Wern
I thought this week I would do something a little different….after all, it is fun to change things up a little bit sometimes, right? Instead of highlighting a particular vegetable, I thought I would write up what I am calling “a week in the life of a CSA enthusiast”. I am writing up my week […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
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.
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