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Monthly Archives: May 2013
Remember when I made the leek and feta scramble in installment 2 of this series? I was then left with tough leek ends. I used those ends today to make a soup with potatoes and ham. Not so sexy, I … Continue reading
Albert & Eve included two beautiful bunches of red bohr kale in my first CSA box. Normally I would braise the kale with kimchi and extra garlic, but I was out of luck in the kimchi department so I had … Continue reading
In an effort to use everything that arrived in my CSA box while in its prime, today I made the rainbow carrots. There wasn’t much to them, and I didn’t want them to get soft. The look large in the … Continue reading
Try these roasted whole fava beans in the style of edamame. Continue reading
The first installment of my CSA series covered quite a bit of ground about what the CSA concept is all about, and a bit about the company I chose for my own home-delivered organic produce: Albert & Eve. Let me now … Continue reading
I finally bit the bullet and ordered a semi-weekly home-delivered organic produce box. AKA a “CSA box,” with the CSA referring to community-supported, or community-shared, agriculture. Not only will this encourage the fam to eat more veggies, it will almost … Continue reading