Posts Tagged ‘farmers market’

14Aug2017

Blanching! Shocking! Summer Veg Prep!

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Blanching! Shocking! Summer Veg Prep!

Beans. The humble bean – mighty nitrogen fixer and meaty green vegetable. They truly round out any meal the summer decides to dish up. Time and time again, I can remember a blah dish made WOW! with simply blanched beans, sauteed with garlic & herbs. Read More

11Feb2013

Welcome to the Party!

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Welcome to the Party!

2013!
Happy New Year! 2012 has the distinction of being our best year to date! Of course, one could load on the significance – it was our tenth season, after 2011 we deserved a great year, etc. The truth is that we had the perfect storm of all the big players: full CSA, best seeds sourced from seed savers, excellent work force, dedicated customers, dry hot summer = delicious… Read More

6Jan2012

Tortillas and Chile Rojo = Labors of Love

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Tortillas and Chile Rojo = Labors of Love

Every other week in the winter, we can be found in our kitchen cooking for market. We stay busy; I hand-roll somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 flour tortillas and press around 200 corn tortillas per market week! But, no matter what task it is, rolling out flour tortillas, pressing corn tortillas, peeling green chiles, or toasting red chile pods, we are happy. We thought we’d give you a sneak peak into the makings of two of our most favorite foods: tortillas and rojo sauce. These are labors of love, and we hope you enjoy them! Read More

8Nov2011

November Musings…

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November Musings...

This has been a magnificent fall, filled with glorious bright shining days, cool nights, and the occasional snow flurry here and there. We have been very busy with a myriad of projects, and have been feeling pretty good about all the things we’ve been doing with our time… Read More