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CSA Share #15, and Gleaning-Endings and Beginnings

The Share, L to R: Potatoes, Butternut Squash, Red Peppers, Eggplant, Pumpkin, Jalapenos, Salad Mix. I love the colors here!

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Michael Ruhlman’s Take on Food Writing

I just read this wonderful piece by Michael Ruhlman. Take a few minutes and check it out: Michael Ruhlman: Is Food Writing Important?.

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CSA Share #14 – Fall is Here

L to R: Lettuce, Red Bell Peppers, Butternut Squash, Eggplant, Kale, Carrots, Potatoes, Chile Peppers, Salad Mix, Arugula.

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Transitional Vegetable-Bean Stew

So, I needed a dish that would solve a multitude of problems. 1) The Husband needed a soup/stew sort of thing to pack in his lunch this week. 2) There were all kinds of little bits, pieces, smatterings of vegetables around the house, that weren’t enough to do anything with by themselves. 3) I’m still ...

Originally posted on The Winter Bounty Project:
A trunk full of extra nutrition? Not necessarily, but there are many other reasons we grow our produce organically. While picking armyworms off tomato plants inside the greenhouse one recent morning, Logan, Marsha, and I had a lively discussion about the new study of the nutritional benefits (or…

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CSA Share #13: Ramp Up or Wind Down?

L to R: Eggplant, Parsley, Red Bell Peppers, Fingerling Potatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Butternut Squash, Spaghetti Squash, Kabocha Squash, Radishes, Lettuce, Salad Mix, Arugula, Slicing Tomatoes, Chile Peppers.

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Roasted Granadero Roma Tomatoes (edited 10/2013)

(edited to clarify cooking directions) The tomato season is quickly coming to a close here, and I’m feverishly working to put as many of them away for winter as possible. I stumbled upon the roasting-and-freezing technique recently, and wow. It’s so easy, and they’re fabulous. I’m going to add these to sauces and soups, heck, ...

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