From the Farmer

After a four year wait, we’re finally harvesting our first bountiful asparagus crop. The reason for the necessary delay in harvest is to allow this perennial plant to grow an extensive root system called a crown. The asparagus ferns spend all summer sending energy to the roots, and when spring
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Thoughts on Family and Farm

My mother grew up the baby of four kids on a cherry farm near Traverse City, Michigan. Besides the sweet and sour cherries my Grandpa Kahrs raised, Grandma sold butter from their few


Being part of a CSA means cooking at home. For some this may present a new challenge or a way to reconnect with a familiar pattern. Wherever you are in your journey, cooking that is centered around your weekly CSA share gives you the freshest seasonal palette. Fortunately, using ingredients
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What we're eating

Tofu adds creaminess to this spare salad of spinach dressed with peanut butter and red miso paste. Source: Spinach and Tofu Salad with Peanut–Miso Dressing Recipe | SAVEUR

Lambs quarters aren’t meat–they’re a spring green, and they’re early to local markets. We’ve got 5 ways to enjoy them. Source: Seasonal Eats: 5 Ways to Enjoy Lambs Quarters: LAist

Our 20 Most Popular Strawberry Recipes is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking Source: Our 20 Most Popular Strawberry Recipes – Recipes from NYT Cooking


Sorry, no asparagus this week! The cold weather slowed the asparagus growth enough we don’t have enough to fill your shares.
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