Monthly Archives: April 2017

Sweet Potato Pie

If you’re looking for a way to get uninterested folks to eat sweet potato, look no further! This pie was gone in one sitting, with the young potato-haters coming back for seconds. I followed this basic recipe with a few tweaks, microwaving instead of boiling the sweet potatoes, and cutting the sugar back by about 1/4 cup. The mixture was a tiny bit chunkier than smooth, but i have no regrets, as the flavor of the sweet potato really popped!

The “Tell” – Springdell Winter CSA Pickup #11

Welcome to our final “Tell” of the Springdell Show and Tell 2016-2017 Winter CSA.  We are so fortunate to eat so wonderfully during the winter doldrums. We thank our farm family wholeheartedly for your support of what we do here at the blog to make CSAs more accessible. Here’s to another great […]

Harvard Beets

Yes, this recipe is “Grandma’s” posted by Pam Maxson Rodriguez and harkening from a time where copious amounts of sugar were not a deterrent on the dinner plate. I subbed the can of beets for the real deal (golden beets in the photo, sliced thinly), and found it to be a bit too sweet with fresh beets, and cut back just a bit on the sugar and enjoy!