Hello all, Hope you're doing well and are having a great start to your summer. And the summer weather keeps coming on - great for some things, and tough for others. But the weather is one thing quite definitely out of our control. Probably a good thing, actually. :>) Your bags this week: Salad lettuce mix Young spring onions Snow peas Beet Greens with baby beets STIR FRY If I got this lovely bag of vegetables, I think I would try cooking up a stir-fry. The trick with stir-fry
Hello everyone, Hope you're all faring well despite the heat wave. It's been a hot couple of days on the farm, but through copious amounts of water, Gatorade and some sneak-attack hose-spraying, we managed to harvest your veggies and stay decently hydrated. The weather hasn't been doing the spring crops any favors, but the heat-loving veggies are flourishing. The tomato plants are dark green, bushy, and growing like crazy. A lot of them are setting fruit already! I'm starting
Hello! I love this time of year. I know I have begun quite a few blogs like that, and all from very different seasons, but really, this is when I remember why I live here. Early summer in Central New York is simply beautiful. The trees are all leafed out, the roses are blooming and the vegetable gardens are starting to fill out. Now, we've certainly had plenty of confusing weather lately; crazy hot, then cold and rainy, then hot and dry, then rainy and warm... it's been a bit
Hi everyone, Hope you enjoyed your first week of veggies and are ready to start week 2! As this is just the beginning of the season, you will be getting lots of tasty greens. But there are so many different ways to eat them! Last year (June 2011/Week 2) I did a short write-up on my favorite cook book from the Moosewood Kitchen in Ithaca, NY. They have some excellent recipes and suggestions for using all sorts of produce, but with a special emphasis on greens.
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