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Recipes from the farm.

REAL Baby Carrots and Tips on Nutrients in Carrots

I know they are popular, but I must admit, I really do not like those little packages labeled “baby carrots” that you find in the store. These are actually just regular ol’ carrots that are misshapen or broken or just … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Celeriac and Rutabaga Purée

This dish is so simple to make, yet has a surprising complexity of flavor—the sweetness of the rutabaga, the savoriness of the cheese, and just the right amount of salt. It’s a perfect side for a roast (I ate it … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Kohlrabi and Apple Slaw

Ah, kohlrabi. The weird step-child of the brassica world. It looks like an alien, has the texture of a turnip, and tastes like a mild cabbage. And yet! It is one my favorite vegetables because it is so versatile. It … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Potatoes au gratin

Au gratin comes from the French word meaning “with something grated” or “smothered in delicious cheese.” Potatoes au gratin is a perfect winter stand-by because it’s super easy, infinitely variable, and afterwards only requires the washing of one dish. Gratins traditionally … Continue reading

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Notes to our current CSA members

Here are some little answers to some questions you may have about your CSA shares. Q: How much longer does the Harvest Season CSA go? A: The regular harvest season shares that you are enjoying right now will go into … Continue reading

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