Monthly Archives: August 2011

Week 11, 2011

 I know you’ve already seen a nice amount of beans from us this season, but there are a few more varieties appearing now. Two types of traditional green beans (one is very thin and the other is regular thickness), Romano … Continue reading

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Ratatouille

There are as many recipes for ratatouille as there are French chefs.  My cousin, Fred, makes it the best but here is one way to make it.  I like to use different colored squashes for effect.  I have also done … Continue reading

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Tomato Pie

I’m keen on making a tomato tart with Boursin or goat cheese spread on a baked pastry crust and topped with sliced tomatoes, but this is quite a bit more substantial and very rich. Be sure to drain the tomatoes well.   … Continue reading

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CSA Week 10, 2011

So there aren’t many blueberries at the farm now, but there are lots of fabulous tomatoes!!!, peaches, corn, sundry greens, new squash harvest (the second crop is ready), cukes, beautiful eggplants, peppers, onions, broccoli, radishes, etc. Now I cannot be … Continue reading

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Veggie Lasagna

Veggie lasagna from member Tricia here’s a great recipe for veggie lasagna that uses many items from the weekly share. ingredients: 1 eggplant, diced                              1 zucchini, sliced 1 yellow squash, sliced                    1 onion, sliced 1 bell pepper, sliced                         … Continue reading

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Quick Lemon Summer Pasta

Nice recipe on a member’s blog…love the pictures! http://breadandbeta.com/2011/08/11/quick-lemon-summer-pasta/

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CSA Week 9, 2011

Thankfully, the tomatoes are coming in for real! In the next few weeks you will see more, and if you plan on making sauce or salsa, please aim for near the end of the month. We grow several varieties of … Continue reading

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