Recipes

Caesar Salad Substitute

So…many of us love that crunch and creaminess of a Caesar Salad, so we love to shift around some ingredients to what we have in season.  This week – you can do it with either the versatile Tokyo Bekana or with some small Romaine heads.  And you can go for the true Caesar dressing, or this […]

tokyo bekana cesar salad greens

French Roasted Onion Soup

These grey, wet, cold May days have us turning back to some cold weather soups.  There are lots of onions that want to get sliced up and caramelized….perhaps into soup? And don’t those French know how to do it right! And I bet some fresh scallions on top would be lovely though distinctly not traditional! […]

french-onion-soup in crock

Scallion Pancakes

The scallions are crisp, luscious and ok, a bit prolific.  The reaction from several folks that have seen them is, “time for Scallion Pancakes”.   Yes, what a great idea.  Darienne like the Serious Eats recipe, I have done a bit of merging of that recipe along with one from Bon Appetit, Chew Out Loud and […]

Photo from ChewOutLoud.com, a food/cooking blog

Sautéed Kale-sparagus

Sometimes Mari’s ideation gets us in trouble, sometimes it opens great doors.  This week was the latter. We introduce a Spring ephemeral on the farm – Kale-sparagus.   Tender, succulent, delicious fast growing shoots of the Kale plant heading to flower.  This is no ordinary kale stalk, and Mari knew it when she saw it. […]

kale asparagus sauteed on plate

Turkey & Spinach Curry: Mark Bittman

Photo by Evan Sung for The New York Times Curry…what a nice way to celebrate these longer, yet still crisp days.  And if you have leftover turkey or chicken, what an easy meal! You can cook turkey just for this meal or roast a turkey breast or thighs and use the leftovers.  Would also work […]

Photo by Evan Sung for The New York Times

Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

                Several years ago Passover and Easter also overlapped while our dear farm friends (and fantastic cooks) the Bailey-Cohens were visiting.  We hit lots of holiday highlights including Liz chiefing this great soup — whether you are celebrating Passover or just seeking some delicious comfort food, this will […]

matzo balls cooking in stewing hen broth

Saag Gosht

Greens are in a great abundance for this recipe in the next few weeks.  We had heard the description of this recipe for a several years from one of our Farm Share members and it always sounds so good. Last year, Molly typed it up during spring greens season.  Here it is back, just in […]

Saag gosht goat green stew  from Molly

Spinach Roulade

This was Donna’s gorgeous creation the last time spinach was plentiful.  She adapted it from a BBC Good Food recipe. And yes, spinach is again plentiful and what a good weekend for a cooking project!  We enjoyed it both warm and cold or room temp for the leftovers.  Ingredients 5 Eggs, separated 16 Cups washed […]

Spinach Roulade

Red Velvet Brownies

Adapted from Vegetarian Times This is always a favorite and perhaps this end of winter/beginning of Spring temps and sugaring season make a warm mug of maple milk and a red velvet brownie seem like the perfect treat, here is this farm favorite!   To those of you who haven’t yet sampled these gems at […]

Beet Puree

Spinach Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing

We made this the other night for a spinach salad and oh my, how delicious.

Pork Chops with roasted roots and spinach salad with hot bacon dressing