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.
The world is becoming flat. With modern trade and transfer, we are increasingly borrowing, buying, and taking from cultures that are far away. This is easy to observe when it comes to food, and not just in restaurants: Here in the CSA box we have gotten some Korean produce: Daikon and Napa cabbage!
I love hummus. It's easy to eat, simple to make, and extremely nutritious atop its tasty and flexible qualities. Since we are a part of the CSA we get ours once a month from Wheat State Foods where the label can attest to its cleanliness and quality—two more reasons to love what Paula puts together for everyone! Maybe you are curious though: What is it?
What to do when you have vegetables you don't know what to do with.
We don't buy eggplant in our home. With the CSA, though, we often end up with items that we would not have bought otherwise.
I don't care for the texture and eggplant's flavor is a negative as well, so over the years I have found a few tricks for making it more palatable. This is one of my favorites.