Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sautéed Summer Squash Medley

What Do I Do With All That Squash? Idea #1 Ingredients: 2 pounds mixed squash (yellow crookneck, zucchini, scallop squash) washed and cut into comparable slices 4 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 small onion, finely sliced 2 tablespoons water salt and … Continue reading

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Make your own sun-dried tomatoes

I can’t wait for our tomatoes to ripen. Looking forward to trying this recipe: So how does one sun-dry tomatoes? Easy. Same way you dry those herbs in your garden–set the oven to low (150-200) and bake them for about … Continue reading

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String Beans and Pigs

Sorry, the string beans really don’t have anything to do with the pig. It’s just a prop because the string beans alone weren’t making a memorable photo on their own. The pig is really cute, and functional-his sides are chalkboard … Continue reading

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Cabbage Time

New this year, early caraflex cone shaped cabbage. Just the right size for a delicious coleslaw, or steam it, use it in stir fries, or eat it raw. This has an excellent rich cabbage flavor. I was surprised at just … Continue reading

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Rhubarb Crisp

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Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard. Beautiful to look at. I planted the variety “Bright Lights”. But I had never tasted it and had no idea how to cook it. Have I mentioned that my daughter-in-law is a vegetarian? A simple conversation, a recipe … Continue reading

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Success on Opening Day

Thank you to all of you for coming out on opening day. The weather cooperated by not being too hot, just a nice summer day. We all appreciate your support of sustainable agriculture, and our locally talented artisans.

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