Coconut Butternut Squash Soup

Coconut Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut squash soup is one of the easiest soups to master! Well, all winter squash soup for that matter, you just slice them in half, scoop out the seeds, roast, and purée with just about anything. My go-to is usually a bright and fresh apple butternut soup, but I...
Tofu Salad with Radishes

Tofu Salad with Radishes

Even though my vegetarian days are long over, I still enjoy tofu. I made a chicken version of this salad, and I am really partial to this vegan version! There’s one step that really gives the tofu a great texture, pressing. When you press the water out of tofu,...
Summer Squash Pasta Salad

Summer Squash Pasta Salad

This pasta salad is so simple, but the ingredients come together perfectly and I suggest you make it right away! I wanted to give our members a simple way to use up their summer squash that could be enjoyed warm or cold and I think I’ve found it. I made a batch...
Spanish Chorizo Salad

Spanish Chorizo Salad

When it’s extra hot out the fresh lettuce in your CSA share is the perfect bed for a huge salad platter. This salad is a full meal – rounded out with spicy chorizo from Autumn’s Harvest Farm. If you’re a vegetarian just leave the sausage off,...
Lemon Mizuna Spaghetti

Lemon Mizuna Spaghetti

The start of the CSA has been amazing this year, and one of the reasons is the mizuna! Mizuna is an Asian green that is mild tasting and very easy to work with. You’ve probably seen it in baby salad mixes, but we grow big leaves of it. It has feathery edges and...
Spring Onion Frittata

Spring Onion Frittata

There’s really nothing easier to pull off then a simple frittata. It showcases fresh vegetables, local eggs, and a bit of dairy in an easy format almost everyone can enjoy. Frittata is a go-to weeknight dinner for me when I don’t know what else to do or...

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