Nana’s Cabbage Rolls 3

I had the luxury of spending the weekend with my 87 year-old grandmother, Mary.  This woman is the queen of all things cabbage!  The daughter of two Russian immigrants, her traditional family recipes include cabbage soup, galuska, creamed cabbage, and our topic of discussion today, the almighty cabbage roll.  As […]

Meatless Monday – Slow Cooker Winter Squash Curry 3

Today, my fellow Springdellians, we go totally veggie. We have enjoyed the practice of meatless Mondays in my family for some time. Meatless Monday often morphs into meatless Tuesday and Wednesday for us as I often make enough for lunch leftovers when cooking up something yummy in the big veggie […]

Welcome to Sunday Dinners 2

As mentioned in our bio post, Jess and I have had many years of friendship.  Just like most relationships, ours has gone through different phases, paralleling the phases in our lives.  Our friendship and weekly traditions began years ago in college for Friday movie night at Jessica and Glen’s apartment. […]

The “Show”- Winter Share Pickup #5 6

Today we went by the farm to pick up our 5th Winter Share box of the season, which consisted of:   a bar of soap (from Zasscelou natural soaps in Chelmsford, MA) two 1/2 gallons of milk (from High Lawn Farm in Lee, MA)0 one 1/2 gallon of apple cider (from […]

What “Springdell Show and Tell” is all about

We figured now that you know who we are, we’d share what we will be doing here for the next 365 days. The Springdell Show and Tell is just that: We “show” you the produce from several of the various Springdell CSA boxes, and then “tell” how it all ends […]

Happy New Year! Meet the Brand New Springdell Bloggers 1

Springdell Farms welcomes two new bloggers and fellow customers, Jessica Anderson and Sarah Buck. Jess Anderson has been a resident of Westford for 16 years. She has recently taken a hiatus from her geriatric social work practice to stay home with her sons Ben (4) and Kai (2). When she’s […]