Monthly Archives: July 2015

The “Show” – Springdell Summer CSA pick-up #7

The summer weeks keep flying by.  We are taking a look at our seventh pick-up for the summer share, today is the last week in July already! This morning I went shopping for school supplies with the boys.  With our family vacation week coming in August as well as tennis […]

The “Tell” – Springdell Summer CSA Pickup #6

Another summer week has flown by.  Amidst folk festivals, baseball games, community service, swimming and summer camps, here is how we enjoyed our shares this week. butter and sugar corn corn on (and off) the cob squash (Jess got summer squash and zucchini) Blanched and frozen for the winter doldrums […]

Kale Powder

If you ever have too much kale on your hands, and no plan to freeze for later use, this is a great way to decrease the volume while still keeping this veggie within arms reach. (Five bunches of kale makes only a handful of powder). Store in the fridge and dust it here and there for a little extra nutritional kick.

Fresh Corn Quiche with Bacon and Caramelized Onions

Olex Carrigan shared a yummy looking recipe for Fresh Corn Quiche with Bacon and Caramelized Onions! Olex used a frozen pie crust, 1 cup of fresh corn, 1 small caramelized onion, 3 strips of crisp and crumbled bacon and a generous handful of shredded sharp cheddar cheese. Add eggs and milk and you’re on your way to a quiche-deliche! Mix it up with other CSA additions!

Zucchini Beet Noodles with Avocado Cilantro Lime

Fellow Springdellian Jeffrey shared a link to a recipe from The Viet Vegan blog for Zucchini Beet Noodles with Avocado Cilantro Lime. Thanks for turning us on to this one, Jeffrey!

Eat Your Weedies!!!

Tonight for dinner we are enjoying a repeat performance of Nana’s Cabbage Rolls, a yummy way to appease those who might not be so fond of cabbage.  As I’ve already posted this recipe during the Winter CSA, (please find it here) I thought I’d take this time to share on […]

Zucchini Pesto Frittata

There are a couple of reasons why Frittatas are really cool.  First off they are extremely versatile.  You can use just about any vegetables in a frittata, and I will show you tonight that I even used leftovers!  Frittatas are tasty, easy to make, and pretty impressive for when you […]

Sunday Dinner – Summer Borscht and Peach Melba

Greetings, my Fellow Springdellians!   A big part of my enjoyment of cooking comes from exploring new ways to see my family eat (and even enjoy) the multitude of veggies that grace our share boxes.  Some are a harder sell than others (as I’m sure many of you can relate […]