Monthly Archives: November 2015

Turkey Noodle Soup 1

OK, so how many of you are also eating turkey noodle soup tonight?  It’s not the most inventive dinner but you get why this is what we are eating.  The key to the classic turkey soup is the stock.  If you haven’t yet taken advantage of your turkey bones, now […]

Sunday Dinner – Fakesgiving Turkey

Jess here, Happy Sunday! Today I wanted to share saga of this year’s turkey. I picked our bird up from the truck at the farm stand on Wednesday. Turkey number 144, all 23.4 pounds of him, of which I am most grateful and fortunate to be able to enjoy with […]

Fakesgiving Turkey

Here is the step by step process for brining and roasting our annual farm turkey. Be sure to allow an extra day for brining! Grab your fresh herbs from the PYO herb garden and other fixins while at the farmstand!

Brussels Sprouts, Pan Seared with Cranberries

We have the lights up, wreaths of the doors, and the house looks like Christmas.  It didn’t take long for the kids to jump into the next holiday.  Even though the look around the house has changed, inside our fridge it still looks like Thanksgiving.  Does yours? Still have a […]

Pumpkin Pie

Hello everyone, Jess here.  I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving!  We have lots to be grateful for, good friends, good family, and good food.  Life is good.   It was great to have a lovely holiday with my husband’s family.  My family has a tradition of a second Thanksgiving […]

Pumpkin Pie

Who needs canned pumpkin?!?!? Many squashes in the Anderson household wind up in pie. We love it! You can make this with a mixture of other winter squashes as well. Check out the Hubbard squash pie for another alternative!

Acorn Squash Side Dish

Happy Thanksgiving Springdell Family!  I hope that today, and many other days in the year, you are spending time reflecting on your life and spreading love and kindness.  This is a day to spend enjoying family and good friends.  So here at CSA365 we wish you all a very Happy […]