Our spring CSA has been overwhelming us with bok choy and radishes, and I don’t know about you, but I don’t have very many recipes that include these. Luckily, Bittman has me covered. I found a recipe on his site for Stir-Fried Bok Choy, Daikon, Crisp Tofu that’s delicious. It does take a long time [...]
A guest post by Sharon Tomasulo, from Library Hungry. Brenda’s CSA this year comes from Smith Farm in Hudson, New Hampshire, and I’ve been given the honor of introducing it because I was born there. My parents, Tom and Tina Smith, own and operate the farm, and this is their second year running a CSA in [...]
Tuesday was the first day of this year’s CSA with Stone Soup Farm. The haul is pretty sparse this time of year, but the greens are lovely. As for the rest, we’re going to go really basic and make a green garlic and bok choy sauté. I’m actually glad that there wasn’t more, since I [...]
No, Boston Organics isn’t going out of business or anything; we’re just canceling our service. This is the third time we’ve signed up with them in the middle of the winter and canceled before summer arrived. But there’s just something about their service that destroys all of our good intentions to make meal plans and [...]
Putting up food is no good if you don’t ever get around to eating it. I tend to have an out-of-sight, out-of-mind problem, so attacking my freezer with this focused mindset is really necessary.