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Stuffed Pattypan Squash

UFO’s or squash? I love that Pattypan squash looks like a bright yellow flying saucer,  but while it’s shape is fun, how do you cook it? You can just slice it and sauté it like you would zucchini or yellow … Continue reading

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Fennel, Cabbage, Cucumber Salad and Greek Moussaka

Fennel, Cabbage, Cucumber Salad 1 1/4 lb of cabbage, thinly sliced 3 torpedo onions thinly sliced 2 fennel bulbs, halved, cored and grated 1 slicing cuke, halved thinly sliced 1 cup creme fraiche or plain greek yogurt 2 Tbs white … Continue reading

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Beet and Goat Cheese Crostini with Arugula Pesto

I LOVE appetizers, they are my favorite thing to make and to experiment with. This recipe is inspired by a lunch I had recently while waiting with my sister-in-law on her wedding day. 1 French Baguette, sliced on an angle … Continue reading

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Swiss Chard and Mushroom Lasagna

I made this for a dinner party last year, unfortunately we all had filled up on appetizers and didn’t end up eating much of it that night, but that did let me find out that it tastes even better the … Continue reading

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Radish Leaf Pesto

Try the recipe below (adapted from chocolate&zucchini’s blog). I added a leaf or two of swiss chard. Instead of the spices I opted for a dash of honey and walnuts. The result was something on the verge of bitter and … Continue reading

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Kale Chips

Kale chips have become one of those trendy foods lately, and understandbly so. They are quite easy to make and yummy to boot! Preheat oven to 300F. The key to these is that the kale leaves have to be really … Continue reading

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How to Freeze Greens

This time in the season it seems we are inundated with greens and despite best efforts I find I don’t always get through them all before the next week or before they wilt, whichever comes first. My solution—freeze them! Specifically … Continue reading

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Asian Inspired Chicken Soup

Bok Choy is a type of cabbage typically used in Asian cooking so we figured, why not go with  tradition? It was a bit cooler the day we were dreaming up a recipe and soup seemed like a perfect warm dinner. This … Continue reading

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Pea Tendril, Apple, and Carrot Salad

Hello Everyone! It was wonderful meeting some of you on Saturday while picking pea tendrils, hopefully we’ll meet more of you as the season goes on! When Gretta asked us if we wanted to come by and pick pea tendrils, … Continue reading

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