About Potatoes are one of the most versatile vegetables, very starchy and ready to take on whatever flavors you want to combine it with. They come in white, brown, red, yellow, and purple! Storage Potatoes will store for several months in a cool, dark, dry place. Be sure they aren't blemished, as one spoiled potato … Continue reading Potato
About Melons are the sweetest member of the cucurbit family. They have a tough outer rind but the flesh is soft and delicious. There are countless varieties of melons that come in many shapes and sizes. The outside can appear brown and crackled, like in the photo, or in several shades of green or yellow … Continue reading Melons
This Thai inspired pasta salad is great for potlucks or as a snack.
This version of Pad Thai is from a CSA newsletter from Mustard Seed Community Farm in central Iowa. It might not be super authentic but is tastes great and makes a lot!
A CSA member and good friend of ours, Laura, shared this recipe with us when we were talking about new ways to cook summer squash/zucchini.
This is a winter favorite of ours! When we're sick of summer squash, we shred it freeze it in quart bags, then enjoy this nutrient-loaded pizza crust all year long.
This is from one of our favorite cookbooks, Good and Cheap. Be sure to check out their website too!
CSA member Suzie shared this with us and says it's great with almost any veggie from your box, even kale!
My favorite way to cook okra, this dish is crispy and salty.
About Kohlrabi is related to kale, broccoli, and cabbage, so try it where you like those flavors! The leaves and peel are both edible, but feel free to peel it for a softer, more consistent texture. Storage Separate the leaves at their base, and store both parts in an unsealed bag in the fridge for … Continue reading Kohlrabi