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Week 4 of New South's Summer CSA Another summer favorite included in this weeks box are freshly harvested shiitake mushrooms! These gems came from Sweden Creek Farm up in Northwest Arkansas. Sweden Creek grows edible herbs, and flowers as well as organic mushrooms. You can read more about Carol Anne and Curly HERE.  We found a lovely recipe for our mushrooms this week....

In this weeks box (week 4 of summer CSA) we have a wonderful variety of warm weather veggies. On top of the watermelon, radish, and tomatoes, our box features beautiful yellow and patty pan squash. Here is a great recipe for the zucchini and squash in this weeks CSA box! Try it out and let us know how it tastes....

They're not only cute but nutritious and tasty as well! Many of the nutritional benefits gained from consuming eggplants are obtained from the skin of the vegetable. The skin provides a great amount of fiber, potassium, as well as vitamins C, K and B6. Try this grilled fairy tale eggplant and tell us what you think! Ingredients 1 lb. fairy tale eggplant, halved...

Unfortunately, improper storage can result in blueberries that are anything but tasty. In some cases, it can result in berries that are mushy and moldy. Sort the moldy blueberries from the fresh ones. Look for berries that have white, fuzzy mold and toss them out. The mold can be found around the stem area. You will also want to discard any...

By washing your berries in a solution of vinegar and water, you can extend their shelf-life by days (sometimes even weeks!). In a large bowl, make a diluted vinegar bath—1 cup vinegar, 3 cups water—and give your berries a dunk. The vinegar will eliminate any pesky mold and bacteria. Next, drain your berries in a colander and rinse them under cool...

Fresh cut radishes can be kept in plastic bags in the refrigerator, but to prevent them from drying out, either wrap them in moist paper towels or store in cold water. Loosely cover the water to ensure no debris gets into the water, but don't use an airtight container. Radishes do not freeze well, cut or uncut. TRY THIS! Ingredients: 6 cups baby spinach,...

Storage Fill the sink or a large bowl with cold water, then wash the lettuce leaves gently to clean and hydrate the leaves. Spin dry in a salad spinner or between two clean kitchen towels. Wrap clean lettuce leaves in a paper towel and place in an airtight container or plastic bag. Store in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator and use...

  Ingredients 2 plum tomatoes (7 ounces; 200g), cored and diced Kosher salt Olive oil or vegetable oil, for frying 3/4 pound Italian eggplant (about 1 medium eggplant; 350g), sliced into 1/2-inch-thick rounds 1/2 large seedless cucumber (7 ounces; 200g), diced 2 tablespoons (30ml) fresh juice from 1 lemon 1 tablespoon minced flat-leaf parsley 1/4 cored head cabbage (7 ounces; 200g),...

Storage Place ears of corn in your refrigerator as soon as possible. Leave the husk on, if possible, and let the corn sit in the fridge uncovered. Keep the temperature at or below 40 degrees to reduce the amount of natural sugars in the corn from turning to starch at higher temperatures Recipes   Grilled Corn Fresh Corn Salad Preservation: Freezing Procedure Don’t freeze more than 2 pounds...

A new recipe from Chelsea Stockdale. We encourage to try recipes and let us know how you like them! Pictures are welcome and be sure to tag @newsouthcoop on Instagram or share to our Facebook! "  Let's talk meatloaf today people! Welcome back to another edition of my recipe series "Chewsday Tuesday"! If you're new around here, I have partnered up with the...