Unpacking and Storing Your Greens and Herbs

Unpacking and Storing Your Greens and Herbs

The vegetables and fruit are harvested early in the day from the fields and greenhouses and brought in to be chilled, rinsed and packed.  Maintaining the cold chain is important for keeping the...

Garlic Scapes

Garlic Scapes

Garlic scapes are thin, curly stems that emerge from the garlic plant in late spring and will eventually produce a flower. The scapes are cut out of the plant allowing the energy to go into the bulb...

The Humble Scallion

The Humble Scallion

The Humble Scallion Also known as a spring onion or green onion this humble ingredient is woven through cooking cultures all over the world.  Scallions are part of the allium family along with...

Roasted Vegetable Salad from Salt, Fat, Acid and Heat

I love this recipe because I believe that cooking a bunch of vegetables is one of the most luxurious things you can do for someone. And I love showing people that simple, humble ingredients can be...

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...

Macomber or Cape Turnip

Macomber or Cape Turnip

Forget everything you think you know about turnips. Macomber Turnips fall somewhere in between Hakurei turnips and purple top turnips. Macombers are easier to cut, peel and dice. The insides are...

Strawberry Hanger Care

Congratulations on the arrival of your new Farmer Daves strawberry plant!  Just as all little living things want certain conditions, your strawberry plant does too. To ensure the happiest plant and...