Monthly Archives: June 2013

Rutabaga

I challenge you to try rutabagas, aka Swedish turnips, either for the first time or give them another shot on your dinner plate. Rutabaga’s often get a bad rep due to preconceptions or previous (bad) experiences. Rutabaga, believed to be … Continue reading

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Salad Dressing

I’m not sure about you, but I still can’t get enough of the fresh greens. Though Farmer Elizabeth has informed us the beetles are loving the spicy lettuce mix…that’s okay. My taste buds have informed me that the warmer weather … Continue reading

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Head Lettuce

Getting a Head: June’s Top 6 Alternative Ways to use Head Lettuce Many people think (head) lettuce is just for a salads or sandwiches. Below are some other fresh ideas. Unless specified, most will work with any type of head … Continue reading

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Pea Pods

Snap, crunch, and squirt is what my senses experience from biting into a fresh pea pod. They are amazing. I washed a bunch of Fat Moon pea pods last week for a quick snack before going out to dinner with … Continue reading

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