CSA member Monica shared this recipe with us. It's a great way to use lettuce when it's not quite fresh enough for salad, or when you're just sick of salad!
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.
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 Green onions are just young, tender onions. You can eat the entire thing, white bulb to green tip. Storage Store green onions in an unsealed bag in the refrigerator. Cooking Be sure to wash green onions well. Cut off and discard any root remaining on the bulb, and any parts of the top that … Continue reading Green Onion
About Chives are related to onion and have a very similar taste. They grow more easily and abundantly, so they make a great onion substitute for home culinary gardens. Storage Store chives in an unsealed bag in the fridge for a week or more. To dry, place them on a towel in a sunny spot … Continue reading Chives
We use this recipe for making personal pizzas or to make flatbreads to go with curry. After the initial two hour rising time you can use it straight out of the fridge to have pizzas or a side in 15 minutes or less.
Creamy and savory beet risotto with walnuts and blue cheese.
Teriyaki vegetables at lightning speed!