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Sunday, June 28, 2009
If you aren't following Mark Bittman in the NY Times, you are missing some seriously good food info.
Posted by Dinosaur Dry Goods at 4:46 PM
Saturday, June 27, 2009
I built this handsome salad the other day with ingredients from Harvest Home: lettuce, kholrabi, raw peas, dried currants (Greenstar), Susie's Curried Seitan (Greenstar), dill, pine nut vinaigrette dressing (homemade with HH parsley).
Posted by Dinosaur Dry Goods at 9:25 AM
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Delivery week #2: lettuce, chard, peas, kohlrabi, parley, dill, beets...hmmm, what am I forgetting? Rose is lamenting that the broccoli is taking its own sweet time and that the spinach has had a rough time and will not make it for an early harvest. I weeded in the peppers for a bit and I must say the dark purple blossoms are gorgeous. Rose has a new restaurant account in Auburn - Bistro One. I just happened to be eating there on Tuesday with my mother-in-law and sister-in-laws and it was fab. Luke will do wondrous things with the fresh produce from HHO, of that I am certain. I flew into Pumpkin Hill Bistro with some rhubarb, beets, kholrabi and chard...right at the peak of lunch time...they were hopping...sorry about the bad timing. -Jackie
Posted by Dinosaur Dry Goods at 10:30 AM
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Yesterday was the first delivery day of the season: rhubarb, lettuce, parsley, tarragon, radishes, kohlrabi, peonies. It was a nice start. I rushed right home with my share and made a couple kohlrabi sandwiches...yum! Don't let me hear any complaining about my versatile, good-looking friend Kohlrabi! -Jackie
Posted by Dinosaur Dry Goods at 3:38 AM