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Collards are the new Kale

I saw this on a poster in a Whole Foods store last year. “Okay,” I said to myself “collards it is.” We’ve planted a few of these hardy, nutritious greens for the farm share this year. I cooked up a … Continue reading

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Greek Caponata

Andrea, one of our Tuesday shopkeepers, says this Greek Caponata recipe is terrific. She threw in peppers from her share, too. Sure wish our tomatoes were ripe so you could use them in this recipe. The cherry tomatoes in the … Continue reading

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Recipes for Summer!

Wondering what to do with your carrots, zucchini, summer squash, etc.? Check out 12 Ways to Use Up All That Zucchini and Summer Squash, to see lots of really nice recipes. Or try Summer Squash Pasta with Green Goddess Dressing and toss in … Continue reading

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What’s in the Share?

This week’s share and an offering of some new recipes are posted on What’s in the Share? Couple of recipes below, too. Carrot, black bean and crispy onions. Our farm educator, Kim Wass, shared this recipe. Shareholder Judy Nelson shared this … Continue reading

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What’s in the Share?

This coming week’s share is posted on the What’s in the Share page of the farm blog. Check out this hot, sour, salty, sweet salad recipe. It’s a meal!  Luang Prabang Fusion Salad  It uses (Moraine) lettuce, cilantro, parsley and … Continue reading

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What’s in the Share?

We post the contents of each week’s farm share, along with recipes, on the What’s in the Share? page of this blog. There’s always a bit of guess work involved in predicting what will be in the share. Your shopkeeper’s … Continue reading

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Black Bean and Sweet Potato Chili

I’m catching up on my blog reading and found this tasty recipe. I bet a few of you Winter CSA shareholders have some sweet potatoes and Baer’s Best Beans lurking in your pantry! From one of my favorite food bloggers … Continue reading

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Cooking Under Pressure?

I’ve long been a fan of Mark Bittman (How to Cook Everything) and I like to keep to up to date about what he’s cooking. A recent New York Times piece by him, Apply A Little Pressure, has transformed my … Continue reading

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Now We’re Cooking!

Our first-ever Winter CSA distribution went off without a hitch yesterday – the warm temps were greatly appreciated by your farmers! One of the many things I enjoy about this time of year is that I have lots of veggies … Continue reading

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Farmers go to school

We went on a field trip yesterday. Astrid, Ben, Liz, Megan and I brought veggies to the Beverly High School kitchen and watched as the lunch ladies peeled, sliced, diced, pureed and baked Moraine-grown Gilfeather feather turnips and storage kohlrabi. … Continue reading

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