It’s almost planting time!

We talked about using the broad fork for bed preparation in our “Grow More Vegetable” classes. Here are some pictures I took last spring.  Mid to late March is the time to start planting peas, spinach, kale, carrots and cabbage outside.  The row cover is handy in case we get a cold snap. The large[…]

The easiest kale recipe ever

This recipe is from Gina Homolka, author, photographer and recipe developer at Skinnytaste.com. Massage raw kale salad 1 bunch kale, preferably dinasaur (lacinato), ribs removed and discarded (6 oz total without ribs) 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 tsp kosher salt 1 tbsp freshly squeeze lemon juice (from 1/2 lemon) 1/3 cup fresh grated Parmesan[…]

Recipes from June and July Cooking Days with Chef Jen

COOKING DAY- June 1st: Biscuits and gravy: Jen started the morning with biscuits and gravy. She made the biscuits at home.  Heartmoss Farm sausage was browned until done. Add a handful of flour and stir until the flour is browned and fat is absorbed, making a quick roux.  Add milk gradually while stirring until thickened.[…]

June Events at the Market

Friends of the Market, It’s finally June and starting to feel like summer!  Lots of produce is coming into the Market and Chef Jen is ready to cook this Friday, June 3rd.  To date the menu includes carrot top pesto, grilled kale salad, beef  with shiitakes,  edible flowers, curried beets and carrots and ….June 10th[…]