Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 5

Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 5

We are reaching the end of the early vegetables: Spinach, bok choi, arugula, garlic scapes, turnips, etc. Summer vegetables are starting to come in: Broccoli, cucumbers, squash, carrots, beans, kale, beets, etc. We're visiting the farm this weekend for a picnic. We're excited to see where our food grows and meet the farmer and his apprentices! We might also go help pick garlic there on July 4. What we received in our share this week: Lettuce, Scallions, and Cilantro: I'll add these to taco salads for lunch this week. I'll…

Read More →
Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 4

Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 4

What we received in our share this week: Spinach, lettuce, scallions, and cucumber - Lunch salads! You'll probably read that all summer long. Bibb lettuce - We didn't chop this for salads. We're keeping it whole and using the leaves for taco wrappers. Basil - I used this tonight in round two of the Vietnamese pork and cold rice noodles dish. I made enough for two meals and needed another set of fresh herbs to chop up and throw in there. Bok Choi - I'm going to stir fry it…

Read More →
Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 3

Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 3

We love CSA season because it saves us from ourselves. If we had to choose each week to buy these vegetables, we probably wouldn't. We'd probably eat sandwiches or pizza in their place. Since we made the healthy choice once and it lasts for the rest of the summer, we get a lot more veggies in our diet. We hate wasting food, so we get creative and we persevere through those nights when we are tired and don't want to cook. CSAs are a good thing. 
Read More →
What I Did With My CSA Shares: Weeks 15-20

What I Did With My CSA Shares: Weeks 15-20

I've been a slacker and let six weeks of CSA posts stack up. For most of that time I was traveling either during the week, on the weekend, or both, so I just snapped photos and resolved to post about it later. After driving up to the Peace and Carrots Farm (our CSA provider) today for their Harvest Fest, I decided that I shouldn't wait any longer. (TL;DR 🥦🥕🌶 🥔 -> 🥗🍲🌮)
Read More →
Frittatas

Frittatas

You can make thousands of frittata recipes just by changing the fillings, but the base always remains the same: Eggs, veggies, and meat (if you are partial to that sort of thing; I am.) I'm going to give you a specific recipe for the frittata I made this morning, generalize a formula for making any frittata, then pull some suggestions out of my Instagram archives for good combinations. Frittatas are great for brunch with your family or friends, but they are still worth making for 1-2 people. I like eating the leftovers for…

Read More →