Recipes

  1. Cichoria!: Italianize your Farm and Round Out your Season with Bitter Sweet Chicories

    Umami is not the only neglected flavor to resurge mainstream taste as of late. Amaro has recently become a household word and we can thank the often chicory-infused Italian liqueurs for giving bitter its trendy new platform. Not only does every restaurant menu in New York City now feature a variation of a chicory salad, but every dive bar mixes...
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  2. Growing for Preservation

    In the Northeast, August marks the traditional beginning of harvest season.  While season extension has many growers harvesting year-round or close to it, August through September can still claim the heaviest, and most diverse, yields of the year.  With tomatoes weighing down the vine, zucchini overflowing in the fields, and cabbage sizing up in time for kraut-making, we’re now in...
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  3. Spring Recipes: What To Do With All Those Greens!

    Follow the links in each paragraph to get inspired and use the abundance of fresh greens you’re harvesting or buying this spring! If you still need seed for any of these greens, there’s plenty of time to order and plant them for a summer crop. Click on the image next to each crop to visit our product pages. Spinach  Nobody...
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  4. Balsamic Goat Cheese Pesto Pizza by Pete's Greens CSA

    March 14th is "Pi Day", so we're celebrating with a recipe for a pie full of veggies. This recipe is courtesy of Pete's Greens CSA  in Craftsbury, VT and stars some surprising (but delicious!) root vegetables: kohlrabi and rutabaga. The original recipe from the Pete's Greens CSA newsletter can be found here. I love the flexibility and creativity that can...
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  5. Growing Organic Sprouts for a Burst of Winter Greens

    You can’t beat the flavor of a fresh and verdant homegrown salad in the midst of winter. All it takes is a mason jar, a sprouting lid, water, and seed . . . and a little bit of time and care. Whether you choose to use a sprouting tray or this mason jar method, growing sprouts is easy and well worth the effort...
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  6. Chef's Table: A Taste of the Culinary Breeding Network

    Black Futsu Squash The Culinary Breeding Network (CBN) is a group of plant breeders, chefs, seed growers, farmers and produce buyers dedicated to discovering and developing vegetable varieties with superior culinary qualities that thrive in the unique climate of the Pacific Northwest. In particular they work to identify varieties of interest, connect plant breeders with chefs to produce desirable varieties...
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  7. Lacto-Ferment the Harvest Kit GIVEAWAY!

    When the weather turns cooler and the farm and garden chores begin to ease up here in northern VT, our thoughts turn to stashing the harvest for winter meals. We want you to eat local year-round, too, wherever you live – so this month one lucky winner will receive a lacto-fermenting kit to preserve healthy, delicious krauts, kimchis and pickles...
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  8. How to Preserve Fresh Herbs, 5 Ways

    Fresh and dried herbs are usually expensive to buy, especially in winter when both supply and quality tend to be low. Fortunately herbs are easy to grow in quantity, and are equally easy to preserve for aromatic additions to your meals all year round.   Herb Drying Rack from Gardeners.com Drying is the simplest method of preserving a wide variety...
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  9. August GIVEAWAY! Preserve the Harvest Canning Kit

    This month we’re giving one lucky winner a brand-new set of canning supplies! Will this be the year you put up the Vermont obsession, dilly beans, or foray into a world of pickled beets? Whatever your fancy, we’re giving away the tools to make it! The kit includes: Two canning funnels A canning rack A lid sterilizing rack A jar...
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  10. 5 Easy Ways to Preserve the Harvest

    Preserving summer's bounty for cool-season meals doesn’t have to mean standing over a hot stove or a huge investment in canning jars. Fortunately for those of us with little time to spare, there are lots of quick, easy ways to bring the fresh flavors of summer indoors for the winter. And the very best part? By taking the time to...
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