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Hakurei turnips
Turnips with White Miso Butter Recipe adapted from Vegetable Literacy by Deborah Madison Serves 2-4 1 pound Hakurei Japanese salad turnips 2 tablespoons butter, at room temperature 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar 2 tablespoons white miso 3 green onions, slivered Sea salt Trim tops and bottom root off turnips (keep the greens and wilt them at the end…they make a perfect and delicious bed for this dish). Section turnips into quarters or halves (depending onRead More
Mustard Greens
What’s in Season? Broccoli Raab: How to cook it perfectly Sugar Snap Peas: Buttered Green Sugar Snap Peas Beets: Braised Whole Baby Beets Beet greens: Sauteed Beet Greens with Herby Lentils and Feta Spring Carrots: The Secret to Sweet, Tender Spring Carrots Cilantro: Cilantro Detox Juice Salad Turnips: Pan Roasted Hakurei Turnips Radish: Roasted Broccoli Radish Salad Zucchini: Sauteed Zucchini Genovese Basil: Fresh Pesto Genovese Sauce for Pasta Purple Basil: Purple Basil Lemonade Cinnamon Basil:Read More
rainbow peppers
Pattypan squash: Buttery Patty Pan Squash with Basil Tomatoes: Creamy Tomato Basil Soup Parsley:Creamy Parsley Soup Holy Basil: Chicken and Holy Basil Stir Fry Mountain Mint: Watermelon and Fresh Mountain Mint Mocktail Anise: Anise Hyssop Sauce Edible flowers: Granola Parfaits with Home-made Chamomile yogurt and Edible Flowers Zucchini: Blueberry Zucchini Cake Butterhead lettuce: Butter Lettuce Salad with Gorgonzola and Pear Dressing Green leaf lettuce: Omelette Wrap Salad Mix: The Ultimate Salad Mix with Carrot, Cucumber,Read More
The big snowfall was pretty exciting! We think our view looks kind of like a postcard picture and the snow fall changes the postcard completely. Now, everywhere we look, we see a winter-y paradise. We’ve built a composting toilet on the back of the house so we don’t use up our great spring-fed well water on flushing AND the humanure will provide great nutrients to our fruit and nut trees. Two of our friends, XanderRead More
Well…..we bought a farm! A really sweet 15 acre farm in River Hebert, Cumberland county. And tonight we’re going to sleep there! Perhaps you’re wondering how this happened. We’ve spent this past year leasing land at Windhorse Farm in Lunenburg county. We loved our markets, our customers, our fellow vendors, our community members and neighbours. We definitely weren’t thinking of leaving this area. Then one day, we went to look at a local property forRead More
Organic Week is coming up (Oct.15-22) and they want to know what healthy, organic goodies folks are eating for breakfast. So I thought I’d show take some photos while I broke my fast one morning. Starting off with Algonquin Tea Company‘s Awakening Tea. I love this tea so much. I also love this company so much. Algonquin Tea Co. was the first farm I ever worked at. That was 9 years ago! I had justRead More