Monthly Archives: September 2010

CSA Week 16

It’s week 16 – the last week promised, but we are going another week!!! Yes! There may be other winter squashes this week: You know about butternut, and I think most of you got one last week, you’ll also recognize the … Continue reading

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Layered Potato and Cheese Casserole

This was really yummy, Fontina is such a nice creamy cheese – it was a pleasure to eat, but a nightmare to clean up 😉 Be sure not to let your plates sit around before washing. 2 lbs baking potatoes … Continue reading

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Fanny Farmer’s Pork baked with Cabbage and Cream (according to me)

Use any kind of leftover pork for this recipe. (I use browned pork chops – not cooked through) This is a great way to use a few fat slices from a leftover roast. Having said all that, I love this … Continue reading

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Sweet and Sour Squash

This is from Country Home Oct 2008, I used the bright orange Sunshine/Kabocha squash. It’s a little obnoxious to peel, but if you wedge it first it is not too bad. 2 1/2 lb butternut squash                          1/4 cup canola oil … Continue reading

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Winter Squash Basics

There’s more than one way to cook a winter squash…but I still find baking the easiest and most reliable method. This advice is to folks just gearing up with their winter squash exploits: carefully (yes, I know they are all … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Risotto

From Hilary and, according to her, “the best pumpkin recipe of all time…” with Delicata as a close second! I have to say, it is awesome (even after all these years Hilary!), though it might be better if she just … Continue reading

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Food Safety Bill – NOT GOOD!

I know everyone is concerned about food safety, but we cannot stand by why the Federal Government dictates what we eat and how it should be produced. The bill currently on the Senate floor will end small farming as we … Continue reading

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