How to cook seasonal winter vegetables (INFOGRAPHIC)

  via here: How to cook seasonal winter vegetables (INFOGRAPHIC). More than any other time of the year, winter is when people send me pictures of Mystery Food that was in their CSA or food bank box asking, “What even is this and what do I do with it?”  Parsnips & rutabagas are big ones.  If…

Free Food:Abandoned CSA Shares

  I’ve talked a little bit here  on other social media about CSAs being a great source for local and inexpensive produce. Unfortunately, the input from many readers is that they either do not have any CSA programs in their area or it’s still not affordable or not accessible because of transportation. Let me back…

September In-Season Produce

  It’s such an fantastic time of the year for inexpensive produce. If you have the freezer space and canning equipment, it’s worth gathering extra and preserving some of the awesome bounty that Nature doth’est hath provide. Or something like that. My Old English or whatever language the doths and haths comes from is quite…

Kale Me Now.

I love kale. Not to be cool…I just really do. It’s super good for you AND it’s easy to grow. Because it’s easy to grow, if you join a CSA or any sort of fresh food co-op, you are bound to end up with kale. If you buy kale locally, it should be fairly inexpensive….

What to do with mystery produce

This happens especially in the summer time. People email me  or message me on Facebook pictures of their most recent take home from their food pantry or CSA share. “I don’t even know what this is! How am I supposed to cook it? LOL” The veg in question…bok choy. I once ended up with a…