In 2008 Brian and I participated in a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program from Misty Meadows Farm. Each week we received a share of freshly picked, sustainably grown produce (it’s organic too, just not certified) and chronicled our experiences as we learned how to cook with what nature offers. I alternated between FoodConnect.com, and here.
We’ve include recipes and ideas for how a couple of city-dwelling foodies can get back to eating like we did before we followed the seasons of Kroger.
- Learn more about Misty Meadow Farms.
- Read about our decision to eat locally and seasonally.
- Need ideas for a particular veggie? Check the Produce index.
See photos of all the yummy food
- Sweet Potato Fries with Spicy Saffron Honey
- Impress your dinner guests
- Another tasty week – now with video!
- Scallops and Sweet Potatoes … Yes You Can!
- Those Pretty Winter Squash Are Good for More than Decoration
- Eat fast
- Peanut Butter and Panko Crusted What?
- A French Treat all About Radishes
- Fall is my farm favorite
- Veggies with a vengeance
- I miss my vegetables
- Mother and daughter in the kitchen
- Food Connect 101: Pesto
- A dinner sampling from our CSA Fall week 2 share
- Peaches and … Cheese?
- A Love Hate Relationship with Corn
- Winter Squash in the Summer
- This makes summer worth it
- Don’t let it go to waste
- Meet the Magical Vegetable That Thinks it’s a Pasta
- Breakfast for dinner
- Farm share week 10
- What’s behind door number nine?
- The summer diet
- Give Beets a Chance
- Farm share week 8
- Shrimp and grits – on the grill
- Summer standby and new treats
- When all else fails, fry
- Making the Most of Squash Time of Year
- Still cooking
- Italy on a breakfast plate
- Zucchini days
- There’s Nothing Like the Smell of Basil
- Look what we got this week
- What’s cooking week four of the farm share?
- Three Courses From Farm to Table
- What’s good for dinner is good for breakfast
- The Secret Ingredient
- My cauliflower is purple!
- Lunch with the farm share
- CSA Farm Share > Week 3
- Loving Farm to Table Dinner
- Clean out the crisper for round two
- My crisper overfloweth
- My first farm share!
- Why did the chickens lay the eggs? Because it stormed.
- Quiche à la bit and bobs
- What’s better on Valentine’s Day than fuzzy baby chickens!