My little girl has grown up on food from Morning Harvest farm. Our family joined the CSA right before I became pregnant and during that phase I was especially grateful for the wonderful meats and eggs in our box each week. Now that she is almost a year old, my girl gets to experience all this wonderful food for herself!
…try this recipe!
My grandma said she would try a bite of this dish but would promise no more. She didn’t like beets and didn’t think I could change her mind.
The next day at church she was telling everyone that if they hadn’t tried beets prepared like her granddaughter made them they couldn’t say they didn’t like beets.
Split pea soup is my comfort food. It's so easy to make, especially since the only ingredients that don't come from my CSA box are dried split peas and optional spices which are easy to keep stocked in the pantry. The original recipe comes from Nourishing Traditions, but the following version is simplified even further.
Soup season has arrived and with it sniffles and sickness, but I'm ready. Over the course of a week I've made roughly three gallons of beef bone broth from a single package of Morning Harvest farm's marrow bones. I've written about the healing properties of chicken broth already, and beef bone broth is very similar.
Kale is quite possibly my favorite vegetable, which is great because I receive plenty as a part of my CSA share, but I know many people don't share my high opinion of this hearty leafy green. This recipe is for those who would rather hide their greens than feature them.