Check out our Recipe of the season, Broccoli Cheese Soup! This recipe is from our own Farmer Jaisen, sharing this recipe from his grandmother.Read More
This guide can help you explore the tradition of cold soup-making to beat the summer heat. Simple, healthful, cooling soups can be prepared from now until the return of brisk weather late in the year.Read More
In this series, we offer seasonal salad ingredient suggestions to help you eat enough fruits and vegetables all year long.Read More
A major new study shows eating up to ten servings of fruit and vegetables each day (that’s 800 grams, or about 28 ounces) can significantly increase the chances of longevity. This doubles the previously recommended five-a-day rule. In this series, we offer suggestions for upping your fruit and veggie intake every season of the year.Read More
Sipping on homemade soup can fill you up and keep you hydrated when the temperature hits triple digits.
You've hauled your harvest to the kitchen... What’s next?Read More
Follow these steps to cool season success.
Take a mental photograph of your garden during this coldest time of year. What is growing now? How does the garden compare to itself in other seasons? Try to recall how it was in fall, summer, and spring. When did the garden perform best?Read More
One simple way to keep track of things is to make a quick reference sheet. List the crops you grew this summer in one column, with a second column for comments (“delicious,” “early harvest,” “not my favorite,” “grow more of this next time.”) You may want to go into more detail, recalling the season’s weather patterns, the problematic shade cast by your neighbor’s tree, the helpful and harmful insects that visited your garden (or specific plants,) and any other factors that influenced your harvest.Read More