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Rob
Jun 21, 2022
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2022 CSA week one is in the books! Some things really worked well, others, well, we will improve them. I hope that you have all already had a chance to enjoy the contents of your boxes from this week, and we would all love to know how! Please tell us here (pictures would be great!), so we can all get more great ideas about how to enjoy. Don't be humble, ever picture and story counts, please share yours here.
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Rob
Aug 30, 2021
In Agriculture Forum
I love squash, and I am not ashamed to admit it. It is great the simple way (just cut in half, take out seeds, and microwave face-down on a plate until it is very easy to push a fork through the skin), traditionally roasted, made into soup, as part of Thanksgiving stuffing, and any one of another thousand ways. In your boxes this week is a winter squash called Delicata (Delicata squash - Wikipedia.) Here are some ideas: Turkey Sausage-Stuffed Delicata Squash Recipe | Allrecipes, Crispy Delicata Squash Rings - Bing video, Wegmans Balsamic Roasted Delicata Squash - Bing video, but honestly, the microwave approach turns out just great with some butter and brown sugar. Speaking of the microwave, I learned a new use for it last week. I have had a passionate relationship with corn on the cob since I was very young. I still remember my grandfather Herman slathering Miracle Whip on a cob when I was too young to know any better, which, by the way, is quite delicious. Herman put salt on his cantaloupe, as well, but that is for a different day. My favorite way to cook whole corn is to just throw it on the grill, husk and all, turn one-fourth every five minutes or so, and viola! I have also done the boiling water method and the redneck cooler cooking method. (Yes, it really works when cooking large quantities for a party: Cooler Corn | Just A Pinch Recipes.) Until last week, however, I had never cooked corn in the microwave. Let me tell you...genius. You just put the whole cob with husks on in the microwave for four minutes or so, remove the husk, and eat! Corn on the cob is now fast food! The way of removing husks described in this recipe is also very cool: The Easiest Way to Microwave Corn on the Cob (simplyrecipes.com). You also have some Anaheim and guajillo peppers in your boxes. These are best roasted and peeled. (How to Roast Green Chiles at Home simplyrecipes.com). If you are not into the heat, take out the seeds and the membrane on the inside that holds them in. They are great in your eggs, as part of a relleno casserole (Chili Rellenos Casserole Recipe | Allrecipes), or, if you want to put a little effort in and have a real treat, this recipe makes the best relleno I have ever had (and I have had some good ones): Chiles Rellenos Recipe - Recipezazz.com. For reference, any recipe from the Coyote Cafe is worth doing. Founding chef Mark Miller is a genius and a friend of a friend. I hope you enjoy some new adventures with your food this week. I continue to be humbled by how God's creation provides and at the faith you put in us to feed your families. Thank you. Warm regards, Rob (your farmer)
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Rob
Aug 02, 2021
In Agriculture Forum
In your boxes this week, you have some very grillable veggies! We love the skinny eggplants (long indecent-looking purple things), zuchinni, patty pan squash, and yellow squash sliced the long way about 1/2 inch thick. Coat with a little olive oil, sprinkle with lemon pepper, then put straight onto a very hot grill. The onions are great grilled too! A tip for grilling onions...cut into wedges leaving a little bit of the root end in tact on each wedge. This will help hold the wedges together. Another favorite is hobo potatoes. Slice potatoes and unions thin, put on a double layer of tinfoil with plenty of butter, and a package of onion soup mix (I know, but trust me.) Wrap up tinfoil and put it on grill ( or in campfire) and cook until potatoes are done. The ones that get crispy on the bottom are the best! What are your favorites?
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Rob
Jul 05, 2021
In Agriculture Forum
Good evening all and happy Independance day! In your boxes so far we included some milder varieties of chili peppers (Pablonos, Anaheims, and Jalepenos) I hope you have enjoyed them, but realize they may not be everyone's thing. If these peppers are too spicy for your tastes, please let me know and I will substitute something else. If you love them, let me know that too (we have a lot more.) If, on the other hand, you really like it spicy we have some other things you might like. Let men know and I will include them in your box.
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Rob
Apr 14, 2021
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Rob
Jan 31, 2021
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Rob
Jan 31, 2021
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Rob
Jan 31, 2021
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