Saturday, June 24, 2017
New this week
Cherry tomatoes- a mix of 3 varieties: favorita, sungold, and black cherry. Yum. Here is a recipe to inspire you to make a caprese salad with these cherry tomatoes and the basil.
Summer Crisp Lettuce- A new lettuce for this week. The leaves have characteristics of both a romaine and a greenleaf, and are arranged in a whorl, giving the plant a unique vase-like shape. Leaves are thick, juicy, and flavorful. Let me know what you think of this summer lettuce.
Basil - pesto anyone?!? Here is a basic pesto recipe.
Saturday, June 17, 2017
New this week:
Green Beans- green beans, string beans, snap beans, which ever you prefer to call them they are so good fresh from the field.
Red Cabbage is super good for you. Recipe ideas: Grandma Jeanette's Red Cabbage or Red Cabbage Slaw
Blueberries - we don't grow blueberries, but we get these direct from the grower Donio in Hammonton, NJ , "The Blueberry Capitol of the World"
Dill- Now is the time to make those refrigerator pickles!
Saturday, June 10, 2017
New this week:
Cabbage: great for coleslaw, stir fried, or soups. Here is a link for cabbage pancakes which look so good! My family also loves Egg Roll in a bowl
Cauliflower-always good roasted, but my new favorite way to eat cauliflower is riced. Pulse the cauliflower in your food processor or grate with a box grater. Here is a recipe for "10 Minute Cauliflower Rice"
Yellow Squash- sautéed, roasted. Yellow squash is so versatile and delicious.
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Napa Cabbage is a new crop for us this year. Here is some ideas for how to use your Napa cabbage.
Kirby pickles A variety of cucumber that are used for making pickles. Many people really enjoy Kirby pickles because they have less and smaller seeds than your traditional cuc. Use them atop our salad or make a quick refrigerator pickle. Here is a recipe from "A Couple Cooks".
Broccoli is looking good.
Easter Egg Radish - Click here for some ideas of what to do with radishes.
Don't forget this Bok Choy lettuce wrap recipe with pickled radishes