Monthly Archives: September 2012

Week 15, 2012

At this point, it’s anyone’s guess what’s in the box from day to day. There will probably be more cabbage, maybe broccoli or cauliflower, lettuce, kale or chard, peppers, possibly peaches, apples, potatoes, winter squash…. Right now we are harvesting … Continue reading

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Week 14, 2012

The potential for almost anything to show up in your box is great this time of year. There are several types of cabbage: green, red, savoy, napa/Chinese Cabbage and pac choi. We love to steam cabbage and drizzle with butter … Continue reading

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Week 13, 2012

September is always a great time of year! There’s so much coming in! There are lots of apples right now, featuring Molly Delicious and Redcort. There are a few Honeycrisp and looks like we’ll be picking Golden delicious this week. The … Continue reading

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Zwetschgenkuchen

So this is what we do with Italian plums around here (besides just eating them :)) This recipe is from Gretel Specht, a very lovely German lady we met at a ranch in Colorado about 30 years ago. It often translates as … Continue reading

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