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Fall CSA Week 5 Five weeks in and still having fun! How are things cooking on y'alls end? We know that greens can be a bit overwhelming sometimes, but don't let that bring you down! CSA is a great learning experience - it really gets us out of our comfort zone and into a place where we can buckle down and try...

Mustard Greens - are packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and protective phytonutrients, yet because of their slimming calorie count, their nutrition-to-calorie ratio makes them one of the most nutrient-dense and beneficial foods on the planet. Mustard greens are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, and potassium. One cup of cooked mustard greens contains just 21 calories! Storing Mustard Greens Storing your greens in containers...

Fall CSA Week 4 WOW! Can you believe it? We're halfway through our fall CSA! We've gotten a lot of good feedback over the last few weeks (especially after the meat shares last week!) and we'd love to keep it up. Let us know how we're doing by sharing on Facebook and Instagram. This weeks cheese is Chevre Bouquets will be coming from Delta Sol...

Black radish is different than traditional spring radishes, which are pink or purple, in that their skin is (obviously) black. They're also larger in diameter than traditional ones, ranging from 3 to 4 inches. Their flavor is more pungent, too, and their texture is a bit tougher. When peeled, their flesh is white and drier than that of other radishes....

Storing Beets Beets can keep for up to 2 to 3 weeks if stored properly. First, give the leaves and roots a good washing. Let air dry or make sure to completely dry before putting in refrigerator. Remove the greens, by leaving about 2 inches of stem attached to the root, so that bleeding does not occur. This is only necessary with red...

Week number TWO! We're back at it this week! How was your first CSA box? We love Septembers in Arkansas - we've started to see the transition to fall both in the fields and in our boxes! This week, we'll have our first delivery of winter squash! Take a look at our storage tips and recipes we've included below. We had the...

This salad combines the sweet of the strawberries and the pecans with the sour tang of the vinaigrette. Ingredients 4 cups packed spinach leaves, stems removed 1 cup sliced strawberries ½ cup red onion, sliced into rings 1 cup toasted, sugared pecan halves 2 Tbsp butter ¼ cup sugar Classic Vinaigrette: 2 Tbs. red wine vinegar 2 tsp Dijon mustard ½ tsp kosher salt 1/3 cup olive oil Whisk together vinaigrette ingredients, leaving...

HOW TO STORE BOK CHOY You can store in a plastic bag with a tea towel in the refrigerator, or I also like to store in a sealed glass container with a dry tea towel. In either case, use bok choy within a few days of purchasing. HOW TO COOK BOK CHOY Bok choy can be used in soups, stir fry, grilled, roasted,...

To store them place them in a plastic perforated bag so that they will get some air flow. Do not wash the beans or snap the ends until you are ready to prepare them. The beans are best when served shortly after harvesting, but if necessary they can be stored up to 5 days in the refrigerator. If beans are not...

KOHLRABI BASICS: It's a member of the cabbage family The whole plant is edible, but usually, when we talk about kohlrabi we mean the bulb of the plant, as we do here. The bulb kind of tastes like broccoli stems (my favorite part of broccoli!) It doesn't have to be peeled, but the peel can be tough so I usually...