Posts Tagged ‘radish greens’

Storing Greens to Keep Them Fresh and Tasty

So you just walked in the door after picking up your veggies from distribution. Because it’s spring or fall, your box is FULL of gorgeous, fresh salad spinach, arugula, kale, salad greens, head lettuce, beet greens (and the list goes on!). What’s the best way to store these greens so that they last? Step 1:…

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Farm Update: Building Projects, Fall Shares, New Intern

I feel a little bit like spring busyness snuck up on me this year, maybe because we were gone for the week of spring break (yay for Legoland and Manatee Springs State Park in Florida!), or maybe because I was picking daffodils a this past weekend in a snowstorm. No matter the weather, I’m always happy for spring, even…

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White Chili with Leeks, Fall Roots, and Kale

Leeks are a new item in the share this fall, and one of those lovely, sort-of-strange-looking fall veggies that you may or may not find in the grocery store on a given day.  A member of the Allium genus, leeks often play a role similar to that of the onion, but offer a more subtle flavor…

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California Rolls with Radishes and Greens

A couple weeks ago I received this delightful birthday card from my son Harper. There’s lot of love in this card!  There’s also soosee, which is a mostly phonetic version of—you may have guessed it—sushi!  While Harper has had actual sushi before, at home I only make California rolls, or sushi made without raw fish, but…

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6 Ways to Eat Leafy Greens

Each week you, as a farm member, take home 5-8 different types of leafy greens: Baby salad greens Baby spinach Mesclun mix Beet greens Radish greens Carrot tops Kale Swiss chard  You’re receiving enough leafy greens by now that you could probably eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and I want to help you…

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