Tag Archives: CSA

CSA Week Eleven: Ingredients

This weekend is the harvest party for our CSA, which includes the chance to pet a chicken, and sadly, I won’t be here. But it was marvelous last year, very much a treat to walk through the rows of plants … Continue reading

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CSA Week Ten: Summary

This week’s basket contained: lettuce, basil, onions (tiny little purple ones!), carrots, zucchini, yellow squash, cherry tomatoes, tomatoes, green beans, peppers, hot pepper, and cucumber. The plan: Marinara (for canning) – done, but no post Polenta cutlets with tomatoes, olives, … Continue reading

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Bibimbop

Another success from Moosewood. They describe this as a Korean rice dish with all the fixings, and for once, I followed the recipe almost exactly. Bibimbop 3 cups freshly cooked white, brown or sticky rice 2 oz dried mushrooms 1 … Continue reading

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Red and Green Sopa Seca

Sopa seca means “dry soup,” and it’s basically a tortilla casserole. We’re still trying to use up the amazing fresh local corn tortillas from the Asian/Hispanic market, so this was a good one. Red & Green Sopa Seca 1 onion, … Continue reading

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Vegetable Pizza

There’s not really much to say about this, except that you have to try this. Now. I love making pizza crust, but it usually ends up thinner than I like; this one was tender, tasty, and more like takeout pizza … Continue reading

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Polenta Cutlets with Tomatoes, Olives, and Green Beans

This wasn’t a failure, but it was extremely labor intensive, messy, and probably not very healthy in the end – and the taste was good, but definitely not worth all that work. I was riffing off a Moosewood recipe (by … Continue reading

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CSA Week Ten: Ingredients

Hard to believe we’re ten weeks into this…I’m taking a class this fall on Monday evenings, plus teaching a class online for the first eight weeks of the semester (plus taking a sewing class…I know, I’m ridiculous). Why does this … Continue reading

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