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Garden Salad with Sour Cream

I wash each harvest from my garden and I go about it with meticulous care. Each pea pod is rubbed and scrubbed under lukewarm water (I can't handle cold water running over my hands for long periods of time, because, frankly, I'm a sissy). Each spinach, lettuce and basil leaf is…

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Added by Jenna Beaulieu on August 2, 2012 at 8:54am — 1 Comment

Cook-off Recipe: Cold Veggie Confetti with Feta Cheese

I've been traveling in England for the last two weeks, and that means that I've had my fare share of Cotswold cheeses, cured meats and fish n chips. The minute the plane touched down on home soil, I knew it was time for some fresh veggies! Good thing my neighbor dropped off our Parker Farm CSA share last night:

1 bunch golden beets, 1 bunch carrots, 1 bunch kale, 2 zucchini, 3 cucumbers, 2 pounds new potatoes, 1/2 pound roma beans and 1 bunch red spring onions.

Heat wave be…

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Added by Cornelia on July 22, 2011 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

Cucumber salad - a few ingredients make a tasty appetizer

Originally posted on my blog



In Polish meals, you don't really see the huge green salad full of veggies so popular in the States. Salads (or "salatkas" - little salads) often comprise just two to three vegetables covered with a dressing of some sort. And in my family, we ate them with, rather than before, a meal. One of my favorites has always been "mizerja," which is a simple cucumber salad. My mom added… Continue

Added by Jenni on September 15, 2010 at 5:52pm — 1 Comment

CSA Cookoff (Dinner party): Sweet corn bisque with lobster, simple beets and Tuscan panzanella salad

Parker Farm CSA share: 1 bunch beets, 1 pint tomatillos, 1 pound plum tomatoes, 1 head red cabbage, 1 bunch swiss chard, 2 pounds potatoes(red gold) 1 bunch spring onions and 12 ears of corn.



First off: this was a special occasion. Secondly: This bisque is a lot of work, so I started making it the day before by boiling and shelling the lobster. With…

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Added by Cornelia on August 6, 2010 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

First Harvest!

In spite of the fact that it got down to -1 this weekend...

I made what I call Kitchen Sink Salad, which consists of me going outside and picking everything that's ripe or needs to be thinned: radishes+greens (radish greens are a lot like spinach in taste/recipe potential), buttercrunch lettuce, red leaf lettuce, mesculin mixture, kohlrabi sprouts, borage, mizuna, sweet allium leaves, plus edible weeds like dandilion (only young leaves, which I think are less bitter), and shamrocks. Then I… Continue

Added by melissa krone on May 19, 2009 at 10:01am — 2 Comments

Salad Days

This is my first year growing during the winter (yeah I can still call it winter in Austin) and my first year to start everything from seeds.

I've had successes and failures - but my favorite success has been lettuce and spinach. Yesterday, as I was eating my lunch - I realized it all came from my back yard (with the exception of the vinaigrette dressing). These moments keep me growing.

Added by michael on December 19, 2008 at 6:35pm — No Comments

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