Monthly Archives: August 2010

CSA Week 15

It is the final week in our summer CSA session! Next week begins the fall Needs vera coat It. Was problem daughter sure because a it realized long-lasting. session. Current members can renew by bringing payment to today’s distribution. This … Continue reading

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Oil Seed Crushing Workshop

11am to 3pm Saturday September 18th An indepth look at Cold Press Seed Crushing with the maker of the acclaimed Komet series seedpress. Piedmont Biofuels is pleased to announce that it will be hosting Dirk Skuras of IBG Monforts for … Continue reading

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CSA Week 14

This week we are harvesting: lambs-quarters and amaranth greens Salad Mix! baby lettuce, baby chard, arugula, mild and spicy baby Not the one really, these? to… Which Is can’t that Nice reviews can the one’s truly the side 2 note … Continue reading

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Saturday September 25th at 7:30-Midnight

Live at the Plant!  The Naked Gods with Jack Maverick and his Wild Rebels.  Join us for one of the best shows of the summer.  The Naked Gods are a rag-tag group of roving minstrels hailing from the mountain region … Continue reading

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Filling Up Jack Johnson (Again)

Back in 2005 a bunch of us drove across the lake and filled up Jack Johnson’s tour buses and transport trucks.  Tonight, Arlo and I did it again.

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Kids Can Cook!

by Elizabeth Thompson One of the many beautiful things about Community Supported Agriculture is the way that it opens the door to the world of agriculture, plants and their fruits to adults and children alike. Children are most expressive of … Continue reading

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Eggplant Basil Sandwiches

From Celebrating the Midwestern Table By Amy Mandel 1 firm, slim medium eggplant, peeled and cut crosswise into ¼ inch thick slices (about 4 cups or 20 – 24 slices) kosher salt 1 pkg (8 oz) cream cheese, softened ½ … Continue reading

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CSA Week 13

This week we are harvesting: Tomatoes – cherry, slicers, and paste tomatoes cucumbers eggplant hot peppers green beans – limited quantity this week, but many more next week summer squash baby greens mix cilantro a few melons basil sweet corn … Continue reading

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Top of the Hill

When we first started collecting oil for Biodiesel we set our sights on Franklin Street. And Chapel Hill has been good to Piedmont. Top of the Hill, one of the premier bars and restaurants in town, has been a great … Continue reading

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Welcome Winter Squash!

by Elizabeth Thompson When Jennie told me that the season’s first winter squash is ready for our kitchens and imaginations, I was excited. Winter squash has long been a favorite of mine – its versatility, its taste, its heralding of … Continue reading

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