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Southern Sweets

by Elizabeth Thompson Moving here from the North, there were a number of farm favorites that I lost. Brussels sprouts so sweet you can eat them raw, rhubarb by the armload for pies and jams, and crisp greens all summer … Continue reading

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Crop Mob at the Bio Farm!

by Elizabeth Thompson This past Sunday your Bio Farm was visited by the Crop Mob! As you may have guessed from my enthusiasm, the Crop Mob is not a sinister group of people trying to steal crops from under our … Continue reading

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Green Soup

By Elizabeth Thompson As we anticipate our first frost this week or next, the warming goodness of soups is even more on my palate. A good friend shared his abundant patch of stinging nettle with me last week and I … Continue reading

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CSA Week 7

This week we are harvesting: salad mix, arugula, and braising mix bok choy/pac choi beets, radishes, salad turnips kale, chard, senposai edamame sweet peppers okra, eggplant, a few more green beans, In seems the flesh-colored week they need easy find … Continue reading

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Borscht – More than just beets

There are many variations on the traditional Ukranian beet soup known as Borscht. The common denominator is that each recipe includes beets, a vegetable not found in many other soups. I enjoy this borscht recipe because it has a mild … Continue reading

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CSA Week 6

This week we are harvesting: salad mix & arugula braising mix, kale, senposai, chard, and bok choi parsley, cilantro hot peppers & tobago seasoning peppers sweet potatoes and winter squash salad turnips, delicous raw on salads or cooked in a … Continue reading

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Baked Squash with Kale and Apple

from Farmer John’s Cookbook (a fun and informative cookbook) butter or oil for greasing the pan 3 acorn squash (or similar) ½ cup grated Parmesan cheese, divided ½ tsp salt, divided ½ tsp freshly ground black pepper 1 ½ TBL … Continue reading

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CSA Week 5

Things are finally drying out after the deluge last week. We haven’t had to water for a few days and we had perfect weather for Pepper Fest, so we really can’t complain. This week we are harvesting: salad mix & … Continue reading

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The Sweet Beet

By Elizabeth Thompson Rich in folic acid and vitamin C, the beet is a colorful, vitamin vegetable that has been enjoyed for many, many years, with beet remains being excavated from the Eygptian pyramids. The beet is native to the … Continue reading

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Slather on the Goodness

By Elizabeth Thompson The seasons are finally making a change towards the cooler, crisper and slower. Down here in the warm south, though, we are still enjoying a late summer harvest coupled with the beginning of the cool weather crops. … Continue reading

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