I love this recipe. It’s easy and makes a deep, dark and rich apple butter. I was wondering what to do with the many, many, many CSA apples in the fridge when I stumbled across Lolly’s Food for Fall post – apple butter it would be! Continue reading →
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 →
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…
My healthy fruit and veggie CSA box contained water spinach, Chinese broccoli, lettuce (given to Heather), green beans, summer squash, cucumbers, carrots, new potatoes, green onions, eggplant, corn, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, and flowers.
Another recipe from the spectacular Vegetarian Planet – you seriously should own this book! This recipe is perfect for all of the CSAers out there – it uses three different vegetables, including greens. Continue reading →
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