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With the recent arrival of Spring, a person’s fancy turns from roasted roots, hearty grains, long-simmered soups, and braised meat to thoughts of something fresher, something green. Frankly, I’m eating anything green I can get my hands on. Lucky for … Continue reading
This Wednesday is the first pickup for folks who have purchased a CSA from Broadfork Farm to be picked up at CMS. If you have a share, you can expect some great Spring goodies in this week’s share: – green … Continue reading
A simple idea here. A cream cheese and cucumber sandwich, red pepper slices, strawberries and blueberries with a few pieces of pineapple. An easy cool lunch for a warm spring day.
Until a few years ago I thought I didn’t like cooked carrots. I remember my family boiling them or something until they were mushy, they just weren’t appetizing to me. Fast forward several years on a trip to Italy I … Continue reading
A quick simple dinner and an easy lunch idea. I roast extra vegetables then use those to make a quesadilla for lunch the next day. 8 ounces mushrooms, quartered 2 zucchini, thinly sliced 2 bell peppers, any color, sliced 2 … Continue reading
Check out the wonderful feast we had on continent day, touring the cultures of Asia.
If your kids are anything like mine Spinach is not in their vocabulary. In fact any greens, or leaves as they are lovingly referred to in our house, are not very welcome at the dinner table. So I switched them … Continue reading
Sometimes, the appeal of a child’s meal is all in how it is presented. This fun dinner is created with hummus spread on a tortilla with cucumber eyes, carrots, red peppers and an avocado smile. What child wouldn’t dive in … Continue reading
Here’s a special treat! Three of our wonderful elementary students to create, “test” (that’s eating, folks), and then write up this recipe. A slow cooker is a real time and work saver…just like having students write these posts! Delicious Rice … Continue reading