Tag: what to do with a csa share

Roasted Beets & Carrots with Cumin & Yogurt

Going to keep this short and sweet. I’ll be doing a couple last-minute recipe blasts – yes, blasts – in the coming days until Thanksgiving. I don’t know about you, but I sometimes, you know…procrastinate. Didn’t decide what I was cooking for Thanksgiving until today. As much as I intended

Roasted Chicken with Arugula Pesto, Trumpets, and Turnips

Oh, how I love pesto. It used to be my go-to kitchen pleaser, but then it fell by the wayside as I got distracted by a growing collection of cookbooks. After remembering my pesto love during a day cooking with Chive, it has made a happy comeback in my kitchen.

Braised Tendercrop Pork, Mustard Greens, and Radishes

My lovely coworkers from my previous job incredibly generously gave me a gift certificate to Tendercrop Farm, among many other super thoughtful gifts, as a warm sendoff to my new chapter. Knowing that I love to cook and often frequent Tendercrop, and that moving is always more expensive than you want it

Chard & Saffron Cakes with Goat’s Milk Feta, and Things This Week

What a week! I left my job of 2 1/2 years, which really was like my baby. (I was tasked with creating a new fisheries outreach program for NOAA Office of Law Enforcement for the Northeast Division — Maine to Virginia.) I initially had little idea what direction to take

A Bright Dinner in February

I so much love the colors of this meal that I almost don’t want to write anything here. Just let the photos speak for themselves. The beauty and brightness of so many super fresh veggies from the winter market bring such warmth and comfort to a frigid month. Purple, magenta,

Sophia’s Greek Yogurt with Kale Pesto and a Poached Egg

How funny to have a breakfast so reminiscent of summer on an uncharacteristically warm January day. The sweet, fragrant basil was a treat I happily transformed into my old standby, kale pesto, as I promised myself to get a basil plant for the kitchen next time I see one. Sophia’s

Welcoming Autumn

And all of a sudden, it’s fall. Bring on the hearty, comforting dishes. I’m shocked, but nevertheless ready for hikes, pumpkins, cider, toasty nights, boots and sweaters — and the inevitable hibernation after this crazy busy, fun year.Everything is changing so quickly this season. Or maybe it just snuck up

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