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Cucumber Herb Water

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During the heart of cucumber season, we recommend taking advantage of their lovely cooling effect. We have been enjoying making a couple glasses of cucumber water to take out to the fields with us, so... Read More

Delicata Squash with Sage & Butter

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Delicata squash is, as its name implies, delicate. There is no need to peel the skin – you can eat it right along with the rest of the inside. I’d recommend increasing this recipe to justi... Read More

Early Season Salad with Basil Vinaigrette

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Spring salads are favorites around the farm. Quick to make and refreshing on those first warm days of the year. Salad: 1-2 heads of Lettuce, leaves separated, washed & chopped 1 cucumber, thinly s... Read More

Hearty Butternut Winter Stew

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I tend to make a lot of soups as the cold weather, short days, and butternut squash enter into our lives. I am always appreciative of having frozen homemade stock on hand – I’d recommend s... Read More

Oregano-Infused Vinegar

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Dennis and I always make our own salad dressings, often using vinegar we infuse ourselves. We love to re-use olive oil bottles that have a pourer inserted, so the solids stay in the bottle and continu... Read More

Oven-Roasting Frying Peppers

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This is something we do every year with our second-quality peppers and always thank ourselves many times over through the winter. Perfect to throw frozen into pasta dishes or stir-fries! Italian fryin... Read More

Roasted Carrots with Garlic & Dill

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Roasting brings out the wonderful sweetness of carrots and paired with the bright taste of dill, this side dish is a great addition to a summer meal. 1 bunch carrots, tops clipped 1 large clove garlic... Read More

Simple Beet Greens with Garlic & Lemon

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We are excited about the lush, tall, and delicious greens attached to your beets– don’t just throw them away!… You can use beet greens as a substitute for spinach in any recipe, as w... Read More