Monthly Archives: September 2014

We want to help you enjoy the veggies we grow for you! Below are links to recipes for the vegetables we grow here at BBB, and we hope to add to this list every season. Please share in the Comments Section if you have other CSA veggie recipes or links you want to recommend. Happy Cooking! And as always, CSA members can email us if you have no idea how to use a particular vegetable from your weekly delivery!:)

Winter CSA

We opened registration for our Winter CSA to our current Summer CSA members in August. We absolutely love our CSA members, and fully understand what a key part of our business our CSA is. These are customers who are fully … Continue reading

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The Importance of Choosing the Right Location to Grow Your Crop

Where you choose to place your crop is very important. Consider the following: does the crop like shade or sun, heat or cool, water or dry? Is the crop prone to diseases that might be made worse by leaf or … Continue reading

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Oven Dried Tomatoes or Peppers

It is August and I am overrun with tomatoes and peppers! It seems our plum tomatoes and all our pepper bushes are on overdrive. I can’t stand to see beautiful produce go to waste, so every summer I dry peppers … Continue reading

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Nutrition and Athletic Performance

My husband Jay is a natural athlete. He runs, hikes, paddles, bikes, swims, yogas, pilates, crossfits, and does them amazingly well and without pain or injury! He is a genetic anomaly that can do anything! His love, however, is triathlon … Continue reading

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August on the Farm

August is one of the most challenging months on the farm. It is hotter than Hades, and it’s starting to get a little old sweating it out every day! The fun and excitement of the yummy summer crops, such as … Continue reading

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Stuffed Fresh Peppers (Two Recipes)

By August, the peppers are in full production. They end up in the CSA bags almost every week and we also have baskets full of them at the market. To be honest, I don’t really love peppers. However, as a … Continue reading

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Farm Strong vs Ironman

By Jay Ross As two people who work out at a gym almost every day, Robin and I often discuss what we feel is the physical side of our farming business. This physical training side of the business is what … Continue reading

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Nutrition and Cancer

It is amazing how many of our CSA members join because they are dealing with cancer. Realizing your life is on the line is a great reason to do everything possible to make changes and take care of your body. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deadly Harvest by Geoff Bond

Book Review: Deadly Harvest by Geoff Bond This extremely well cited book examines the intimate relationship between the food we eat and our health. If you bring it up on Amazon, check out the reviews. You will quickly realize it … Continue reading

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Veggie Bomb Breakfast

Did you know you should be eating 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables per day? According to researchers at Harvard University, including this amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet reduces cardiovascular disease, blood pressure, and cancer, as well … Continue reading

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