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Recipes

New Potatoes

  A new potato is simply a potato whose sugars have not yet been fully converted into starch—this is why they tend to be sweeter, and it is also why they are good for certain things, and not so good for others. It’s great for simple eating, but not good for gnocchi, spanish tortillas, or … Continue reading »

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Cooking with Water Spinach

This vegetable has so many names to it. It’s known as Water Spinach, Morning Glory, Pak Boong, Ong Choy, Chinese Spinach, Swamp Cabbage, Kang Kong, and many more. This vegetable is grown for its tender shoots. It’s incredibly popular in Asian cooking, and really one of my favorite things to eat because of its versatility. … Continue reading »

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Cooking with Red Noodle Beans

We’re well into summer now, and a lot of our really awesome Asian vegetables are coming in. One of my favorites are the Red Noodle Beans. They’re a type of vining bean, and can be used in just about anything you would use normal green beans for. They are incredibly prolific, and the bean pods … Continue reading »

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Culantro Crazy

Good morning, everybody! One of the things we’ll be seeing in the garden soon is Culantro. This is often confused for Cilantro, because they have very similar tastes, but they look completely different. Culantro is pretty common in most places around the world, like in Latin American countries, and South Asia, and Southeast Asia. It’s … Continue reading »

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Cooking with Thai Basil

It’s been a long time since we’ve added a recipe. Things have been so busy recently on the farm! We’ve been conducting tours, along with the normal work of the summer season. We’re all so thankful for your continued support. You all allow us to do what we want to do, and we sincerely thank … Continue reading »

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Cooking with Garlic Chives

One of the things you received in your CSA boxes were Garlic Chives. You can find them at Asian markets, but are definitely better straight from the garden! Their ┬ástrong garlicky, onion flavor is sometimes too much to handle by itself. I have seen people use it as a substitute for green onions in a … Continue reading »

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Cooking with Bok Choy

One of the items you saw in your CSA box is Bok Choy. This vegetable is very common throughout Asia, and is great in stir fries and soups. Here’s a simple stir fry you can do. I love eating this for breakfast. You can add any protein you’d like to this dish. It’s easy to … Continue reading »

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Red Clover, Red Clover, send some right over!

  We hope you all are enjoying your first CSA boxes of the Spring. We’ve been really busy on the farm getting them all prepared for you, and really hope you’re enjoying what you received. One of the things you received is Red Clover. It’s used as a cover crop at our farm, fixing Nitrogen … Continue reading »

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Pea Shoots

Our CSA boxes have come out! Hopefully you have found a lot of goodies to cook with this week. One of the items contained in our CSA box is Austrian Field Peas, or Pea Shoots. These are largely used as a cover crop here, but everybody on our farm knows that they are also delicious … Continue reading »

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Nasturtiums

One of the plants that we have recently planted are Nasturtiums. These beautiful flowers are great to have because they attract pollinators, as well as are totally edible. You can add the leaves and flowers to any salad. These are perfect additions to add bright color to your meal. They are also great for picking … Continue reading »

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