The Real Dirt - the latest
Looking to go out of town in a flash? Want a quick meal after a hard day at work? Here is one way to make it happen fast: have a few favorite spice blends mixed and ready to go.
Don’t let your simple kale plants go to waste! Learn how to blanch and freeze kale leaves to keep for winter soups, stews, casseroles and sides.
Last weekend my husband and I threw a big party up in Polebridge. It was lots of fun. There were friends who made the trip from all over the place, and we soaked in the mountains of Glacier and ate a lot of good food.
And we had a lot of leftovers, when all was said and done. And not a lot of energy.
Gardening requires a lot of bending over. Learn how to table bend and put less stress on your spinal disks!
This recipe really floored me. The thing that took the most time was rolling the pork into tiny balls. And I used two bok choy heads plus some mustard greens (didn't have spicy on hand so used Mizuna and tatsoi).
Yarrow is a perennial, rhizomatous plant that can grow in precarious places (I’ve seen it growing on seemingly sheer cliff faces on the coast of Maine) or, given more favorable conditions, can quickly spread to take over an entire garden bed.
If you haven't seen those green curly scapes in your CSA lineup yet, you'll see them any day now. The garlic is throwing up it's seed head: known as the garlic scape. That's not great for the garlic root underground, so our farmer's nip that seed head off. And we eat it!
Couldn’t make the tomato workshop last Saturday? No worries, we took notes. Read on to see what you missed!
Greens will be a big part of what you are eating in your CSA box each week. Salad greens and greens you cook with. Here's a breakdown of what to expect.
CSA pickups start Monday and Thursday of this week (depending on which day you selected). Either day, pickup runs between 4:30 and 6:30 pm at all farms.