Category Archives: Vegetables

Rhubarb Crisp

One of the first vegetables to appear in the garden every spring is rhubarb.  Rhubarb is an easy to grow perennial plant that is mostly used for deserts.  Raw rhubarb is very sour but makes a tart snack for those … Continue reading

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Meatballs in Eggplant Sauce Recipe

Meatballs in Eggplant Sauce Recipe This was a great year for eggplant.  One comment that we had from many of our CSA customers was that they had some trouble finding enough ways to use the eggplant.  Here is a meatballs … Continue reading

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First Frost and Some Ugly Plants

We had our first frost on Tuesday night.  The more sensitive, warm weather plant are finished for the year.  The weather wasn’t cold enough to damage the fruit on the plants, so now it’s time to harvest whats left in … Continue reading

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The Edamame is ready. So are the tomatoes.

Soybeans are a commonly found in processed food, usually in the form of soybean oil or soy flour.   Soybeans, in their original bean form, are tasty and nutritious but rarely encountered in our diet.  I don’t think I have ever … Continue reading

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It’s Chive Time

The chives are out of the ground, beating the rhubarb by about 3 weeks.  The first chives of the year are the best, fresh and tender with a nice, mild onion taste.  There are a lot more than we can … Continue reading

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