A fall twist on hummus that's great for dipping veggies, crackers, and more
A great way to use all the greens piling up in your fridge!
About Onions are sweet, pungent, and go in EVERYTHING! I once heard a story of a person who would start frying onions before she even knew what she was making for dinner. They make a great part of any meal! Storage Store onions at cool room temperature out of direct sunlight for several weeks. (Note … Continue reading Onion
About Tomatoes, native to the americas, are one of the most versatile and well-loved vegetables! They come in many shapes, sizes and colors. Some are better for eating raw and others better for sauce, but the most important thing is to make something you want to eat! Storage Store tomatoes at room temperature out of … Continue reading Tomato
Great way to use a lot of cucumbers, and enjoy them!
About Purslane grows wild in Iowa and is both delicious and nutritious! It's a succulent with a crisp texture and lemony flavor. The leaves and stems are both edible. Try substituting for spinach or watercress. Storage Purslane keeps in an unsealed bag in the fridge for one to two weeks. We've heard it makes good … Continue reading Purslane
About Cucumbers are a cucurbit, related to summer and winter squash, and melons. They are light, fresh, and crispy, best eaten raw. Storage Fresh cucumbers will keep for a couple of weeks in an unsealed bag in the fridge, or a few days on the counter. The best way to keep them longer is to … Continue reading Cucumbers
A hearty and delicious one-dish meal
An easy weeknight dinner with minimal cooking.
This is where we have information about the vegetables we grow, and recipe ideas for them. Come visit us at the farm!