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Pasta with Kohlrabi and Bread Crumbs

Returning CSA members will be very familiar with kohlrabi – a popular item that many people get to know for the first time as CSA members. Kohlrabi is a wonderful spring vegetable with crisp, sweet flesh that can be eaten fresh in a salad or steamed, roasted or even barbecued! Reminiscent of the broccoli, it’s […]

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Honey-Sesame-Mustard Dressing

Honey-Sesame-Mustard Dressing   Print Ingredients ⅔ cup olive oil, 2 tablespoons cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons honey, 2 tablespoons mustard, 2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds, 1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic or garlic scape, and salt to taste in a small bowl. Instructions Whisk all ingredients together 3.2.1230  

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Sesame Kale Salad

Sesame Kale Salad   Print Prep time 20 mins Total time 20 mins   Recipe type: salad Serves: 2 to 4 Ingredients ½ pound of kale leaves, stems removed and roughly chopped 1 kohlrabi, peeled and thinly sliced 3 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds ¼ cup rice wine vinegar 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil 2 tablespoons […]

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2012 Newsletter 9

CSA Newsletter 9

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No more blog :(

So, it looks like I’m the world’s worst blogger of all time, not having posted a blog since last winter or so.  So, I’m officially ending trying to have a blog.  Please see the newsletter section of the website for stories from the farm and keep checking in or an up and coming photo page […]

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Things get going!

Things can definitely change dramatically on the farm in a short period of time.  A few weeks ago we were looking out the window and sighing at all the rain coming down, wondering when we would ever plant.  Now, just two short weeks later, we’ve got most of our spring crops in the ground, an […]

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A wet spring…

Well, I guess there’s nothing like the weather to keep you humble as a farmer. This time last year we had already had almost two months of warm, dry weather.  We were leisurely working the fields, planting whenever we wanted and the soil was warm.  This spring is another story completely!  As I write this, […]

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Winter Planning

I haven’t written for awhile on the blog. This probably reflects the intense change of pace that has happened here since the summer CSA ended and snow came to blanket the farm.  Less to report, that is. We are in the midst of both relaxing some and planning lots for next summer.  There are so […]

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September Photos

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The melon summer!

I’m happy to say that I have been too busy harvesting spectacular amounts of beautiful food to write on this blog. The past few weeks have really illustrated in a BIG way how incredibly abundant our harvests have been and how amazing this season is for growing vegetables.  Watermelon, that sweet, delicious, beautiful thing is […]

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