Category Archives: meal
Our blogging fizzled out half way through the season last year. Whatever inspiring things we made with whatever delicious foods will now be forgotten. I will try starting again. Our first CSA veggie dinner was simple. Beet greens and Swiss … Continue reading
After an 12 day residency in Maine it is good to return to my own kitchen and cook up some of our CSA vegetables. (Actually, the food was amazing, but that’s another story.) I made ratatouille. Eggplant is among my favorite … Continue reading
Woof it’s been a few days of hectic cooking and whatnot. Saturday: Fermented pickles. I only had 3 cukes in this weeks share. Luckily they are small enough for whole pickles! So with help from Sandor Katz’s book I’m making … Continue reading
This is one of our go-to methods for cooking chard. Based on, yes you guessed it, Deborah Madison’s “Spinach or Chard Catalan Style” from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. Follow her directions and it is AMAZING. I modify for ease and … Continue reading
Nathan is off at a residency for two weeks so it’s just me trying to make it through the weeks bounty. I came home and needed to throw something together. I still had cauliflower, fennel, cucumbers, kale and lettuce. It’s … Continue reading
Have many cucumbers and need to bring something to share to a meeting. So tzatziki it is. Followed Deborah Madison’s recipe in Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone with some adjustments. I used basil instead of dill/mint and used some fresh lemon juice … Continue reading
I have a cold. So something spicy sounded good. Coconut curry it is. Onion Garlic Zucchini Carrot Tofu Coconut Milk Green Curry Paste Fresh Basil Served on white rice. Delicious!
Yum! I love an arugula salad. Just a little lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper. I also added some Parmesan.
Tonight I topped the Boston Bibb with carrots and hard boiled eggs, all from the CSA. Delicious! And we had a second course of quinoa and kale. Kale is great just cooked down with garlic, a little salt, and vinegar … Continue reading