Monthly Archives: September 2013

Squash Tian

This is from member Bob. He says: Here is a pretty good way to cook some of the up-coming winter squash.  I think butternut is best but any of the firmer winter squashes, or pumpkin would suit. It’s called a … Continue reading

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Cream of Eggplant Soup

Cream of Eggplant Soup (Epicurious) *Southboro member said she makes a cream of eggplant soup recipe that is awesome and no one can tell there is eggplant in it! Unfortunately, I immediately mislaid the recipe after she gave it to … Continue reading

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Week 15, 2013

Apples are amazing! There’s a great “A” sentence for our children 🙂 I hear there are leeks this week, or next at the latest. Things are getting a little hurried here, as we run around trying to harvest before the … Continue reading

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Week 14, 2013

I saw lots of Chinese cabbage last week, and that seems to be over…I think the regular cabbage is still taking it’s time, but it should be ready before the last week 😉 I had my first cauliflower this week…but … Continue reading

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Enchiladas with beet greens & goat cheese

From member Jen Rogers: enchiladas with beet greens & goat cheese ( Chicken, optional) chicken breast, poached, baked or grilled then shredded(optional, this can easily be veggie or you could use another protein) corn tortillas large bunch beet greens, rinsed, … Continue reading

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Week 13, 2013

Totally negligent…or perhaps busy. BUT, I will post none-the-less 🙂 There are all sorts of interesting Asian greens being harvested: Bekana – a mini Chinese Cabbage, light green ruffled leaves, perfect for salad or stir fry; Joi Choi – thick, … Continue reading

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