Your Early Summer Share

Maintaining the cold chain with your share is important. Crops are harvested daily and brought in for rinsing, prepping and cooling before being packed in your CSA crate. Once you pick up your share, getting it prepped and refrigerated as soon as possible...
Celeriac (or Celery Root)

Celeriac (or Celery Root)

This vegetable will not win a beauty contest but don’t judge a book by its cover. It is part of the celery family. Its stems and leaves are usually used for flavoring cooking liquid or stock and its leaves can be dried and used as a seasoning. As with beets and...

Coffee BBQ Rub

2 TBSP finely ground coffee 2 TBSP of brown sugar 1 TBSP course salt 1 TBSP chili powder ½ TBSP Cumin ½ TBSP sweet paprika (if you would like a smokier flavor used smoked paprika) ½ TBSP Black Pepper – freshly ground ½ TBSP Garlic Powder ½ TBSP Onion Powder ½ tsp...
New England Celery

New England Celery

Celery is a kitchen staple and is as indispensable as potatoes, onions and garlic. It plays a supportive role but important role in the flavor of soups and broths as well as that crunch in potato, pasta, egg, and green salads. Used in this way, celery is treated more...

Beet Recipes

The beets have done well in storage for the spring share.  If you are getting beet fatigue here are some different ways I have been using my beets.  For simple side, try roasted beets go great with feta – the sweet with salty is tasty.  Toss with some orange...