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- Maple Mustard Dressing – In the farmstand: apple cider vinegar, olive oil, maple syrup, Dijon mustard, shallot bulb
- Potato Pancakes – In the farmstand: medium onion, large russet potatoes, large eggs
- Easy Refrigerator Pickles – In the farmstand: cucumbers, dill, garlic cloves
Latest Storage Tips
- Cabbage: Using & Storing – Do you know how to use cabbage? How about storing it? This tip will teach you how to do both things, so you can make the most of the harvest! Read more →
- Preserving Blueberries – Learn a few simple ways to put up your favorite blue berry. Read more →
- Freezing Tomatoes – Freezing tomatoes is super easy. Once frozen, tomatoes do not hold their shape and are somewhat mushy which makes them perfect for use in soups, chili, sauces, or added in to a stir fry or anything else you’d like a little tomato flavor in! Your winter self will be so pleased that you’ve done this! Read more →
Latest Cooking Tips
- Gilfeather Turnips: All About Them – The Gilfeather turnip, a rutabaga-turnip hybrid, is a root vegetable that is normally harvested after the first hard frost of the season. It is white rather than yellow inside, and it is sweet and creamy, not having the bite of a normal turnip. Read more →
- Pie Pumpkin: All About It – With the onset of cooler weather vines of the pumpkin die back and it is ready to harvest. Pumpkins will last for months with curing and proper storage. They are an excellent source of vitamin A in the winter, and are also high in iron, potassium, and phosphorus. Read more →
- Spaghetti Squash: All About It – Raw spaghetti squash has a solid flesh, similar to other squash. When cooked, the meat resembles strands of spaghetti, which are sometimes as long as traditional spaghetti noodles. Read more →
Latest Gardening Tips
- Cover Cropping – The benefits of cover cropping Read more →
- No Till Agriculture – What is No-Till Agriculture? Read more →
- Regenerative Organic Farming – How does transitioning to regenerative farming mitigate, and even reverse, climate change? Read more →