Browse by Tag: spinach

Saag Gosht

  We’ve been hearing the description of this recipe for a few years from one of our Farm Share members and it always sounds so good.  Now here it is, just in time for the ongoing abundance of greens!  Thanks to Molly for the recipe and photos! This is a recipe I’ve adapted from a […]

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. Ingredients 5 Eggs, separated 16 Cups washed Spinach (14 oz) 1 Tablespoon Plain Greek Yogurt 3 Tablespoon Self-Raising Flour Salt & Pepper Parmesan Cheese 4 oz Goats Cheese 2 oz Pesto 1 oz Plain Greek […]

Spinach Roulade

Spinach, how we love thee

This week has been all about Spinach! Harvesting, Eating, Processing, Planting more and even new recipe testing, Thanks Donna!   The Sows and Hens even got in on the action as we cleared a few beds and gave them the plant remnants and roots, a little iron & folic acid boost for those pregnant sows, and one […]

sows enjoying spinach greens

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

Celebrating Spring Greens!

I do love all of our seasonal vegetables and the roots do hold a special place in my heart for their longlasting, practical nature, loyally keeping us fed through the (usually) long Vermont winters.  That said, I always look forward to this moment that comes every year between late March and early April when the […]

mizuna asian greens in field

Photos of the Week

                    Uno surveying the Farm on a frosty morning while we took advantage of the frozen ground for lime spreading (with an assist from skid steer!)                                 Laura & Uno taking […]

laura uno rock dust rest

Nature….Friend or Foe?

One of the downsides of being a farmer is that nature is sometimes a foe now, not just a friend, nor even just a beautiful element to ponder. This week two, well at least two, of our wild neighbors on the farm made a surprise appearance. Sunday morning as Analiese entered the sow & hen barn, […]

close up owl on mid beam

Mac & Cheese with Squash & Greens

Comfort food for the fall, from EggsonSunday, adapted from Culinate 1 medium winter squash (or 3 or so cups cooked pureed squash or pumpkin) 2 cloves garlic, minced1 lb. short dried pasta, such as elbow macaroni or penne about 1 lb fresh greens (kale, chard, beet…) chopped, blanched and drained or 10 ounces frozen greens, drained and chopped […]

vegetarian_squashmaccheese_7 by EggsonSunday


The sun is getting so much stronger and days longer… but darn some of the days and lots of the nights have been severely cold! We’ve got some wonderfully bouncy and big goat kids but their early hours have required much more of us than usual. Lots of hypothermia bucket baths and blow dries and […]

karen warming kid bruce

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