I love potato leek soup – it combines all of the comfort and warmth of potatoes and soup, and what you’re left with is a big mug of win. It’s also a super-easy and quick weeknight meal, perfect for those cold fall and winter days when you just want to come home and curl up with your Snuggie and a good book… Continue reading
Do you know what I’m lovin’ right now? My slow cooker! It makes getting supper on the table after a long day of work a snap. With a little prep, dinner’s ready to go when you get home. Continue reading
After all of that talk about late blight, we’ve been getting tons of beautiful tomatoes from the CSA. I think they taste better, knowing that they were at risk. This recipe is the perfect showcase for summer tomatoes. Continue reading
Seeing as summer is almost over, I should tell you about the best slaw ever. What makes it the best slaw ever? Fennel, one of my favorite flavors, and a lack of mayonnaise. Oh, it’s easy too. Continue reading
Today, while I was staffing the Lowell Farmers’ Market, I was reminded that I haven’t updated in a long while – hi, Michele – this one’s for you!
I’ll start with this week’s CSA share – it’s week nine, smack dab in the middle of the season. We got: Continue reading
First the bad news…
There isn’t a picture of this week’s Fresh Roots offering. We got four whoopie pies, two mint and two regular. Just picture in your mind four of the biggest, loveliest, most mouth-watering whoopie pies and multiply that by a deliciousness factor of at least ten, then insert that image here. That should do…
This week’s fruit and veggie share was pretty amazing. I love August because I always wonder how such a small box…
…Can contain sooooo much produce!
It’s corn season here in Massachusetts which means that as CSA members, we’ll often get six ears in a single week; I love corn on the cob, but that’s a bit much for me. I actually found this particular recipe as I was browsing cookbooks for recipes to pass along to my CSA for their newsletters/veggie guide. Once I saw it, I knew I’d be testing it out once corn season arrived. Continue reading