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I have too many peppers. In addition to a crisper full of red and green varieties of varying levels of heat, I have a whole bunch in the deep freeze. Today I got to work tackling the ones in the crisper.
The reds became a […]
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Super lazy recipe screenshot from facebook. I’ve got two CSA eggplants that I’m cooking up today. Sundays are for food prep around here. I don’t always like doing it, but it makes a huge difference during our busy weeks.
If you enjoy eggplant parmigiana, bake in the […]
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There’s no way to get a good photo of eggplant, but this dip is awesome: roast one with a shallot and olive oil, cool, process with lemon juice, tahini and salt, serve with crackers or on toast = YUM!
I tried delicata squash for the first time tonight. It was so good, plus it doesn’t need to be peeled! Roasted with olive oil, salt, garlic, red onion and served over rice. It was perfect on its own, but I whisked a little yellow curry paste with coconut milk, tossed it in […]
It seems fitting that I started writing this right before vacation and finished just after coming home. A few days before we left I went on a roasting frenzy to cook up all the remaining veggies in the fridge. I served them with everything — warm and cold. Potatoes with eggs for breakfast: […]
I’m not usually a fan of coconut, but there’s a recipe in Super Natural Every Day that I’ve been wanting to try. Recently my daughter decided she liked coconut popcicles, so I figured since I had a big bag of kale in the fridge, now would be a good time.
Oh. My. […]
Bring on the spinach, curly kale* and leaf lettuce mix!
After much debate on whether or not to get a juicer, I decided to opt for the NutriBullet. I know it’s technically not a juicer, but it does an amazing job and there’s no leftover pulp. So far, I’m in love.
I know I slacked off on my Summer CSA posts. I should probably do a wrap-up of the second half, but after spending the day preserving greens, I need to talk about the Winter CSA.
It’s every two weeks. We’ve only had one pickup so far and boy did we get a lot […]
I was invited to share my first CSA experience with Community CROPS on their blog. While I was writing, I realized I had some pictures from the Farm Walk that would be fun to share. It was a lovely evening and my daughter had a blast. If you’re local, I recommend going next year. […]