Hello everyone, Jess and Sarah here. Did you make it to the ‘Dell for the Halloween bash today? If so, we hope you had as much fun as we did! If not, do tune in tomorrow where we will recap some of today’s fun festivities. Thank you to Jamie and […]
This is a great cold weather comfort dish. You could choose to make this with boneless chicken which would make serving easier, but I chose to use the full chicken to get the extra flavor from cooking with the bone in chicken.
This roast is an Anderson family favorite. It calls for five spice powder (I don’t recommend omitting), which the Asian markets carry for 89 cents as of the time of this writing. While you’re there, grab some hoisin, fresh ginger and soy sauce, and give this one a try. It’a a great way to enjoy those larger tougher (and less expensive) cuts of pork (such as Boston Butt), plus it makes lots and the leftovers are great! Serve with peas, bok choy, slivered apples, or whatever similar fresh side is in season.
Hello everyone! I hope you had some help today at the farm, those crates were heavy. You should see the size of the butternut and red kuri squash in my share today, unbelievable! Let’s take a look at what’s in our shares this week, it’s all fall! 1 Sugar […]
Use your regular chili spices if you’d like, but don’t be afraid to try adding the pumpkin, it will surprise you!
Such beautiful colors in this week’s share box! 1 Blue Hubbard squash “Curing” for winter usage (The beauty of the summer CSA is that if you play your cards right, you’ll be enjoying it all winter long as well!) Dirty Potatoes (remember it’s best to leave them dirty until you […]
This is a beautiful fall dessert. When re-hydrating your figs you could use any fall spices you’d like. Also, try using apple cider!
This one is from Bon Apetit and it’s pretty yummy! I changed up the varieties of apple based on what I had on hand, and it was all very tasty! If you need to cut corners, a pre-made crust will work on the bottom.
What a nice day for a pickup! Great bounty this week, with some fun items in our add-ons! Let’s take a look: (I placed all of my goods into containers when I got home today) 1 Blue Hubbard squash (and mine’s a big guy!) Dirty Potatoes (remember it’s best to […]
Here we have a hearty soup using beef bones. Included are some plan-ahead options that make the soup even more flavorful, and also included are ways to fit this into a busy schedule and have steamy deliciousness waiting when you get home. Read through this post and decide what’s the best option for your schedule!