Monthly Archives: November 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!:)

Mercy for the Overweight

Here is one of my pet peeves. I absolutely hate it when I hear people criticize overweight people. It is all too common to hear comments like “well, if they would just put their fork down…” or how about “if … Continue reading

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Roasted Butternut Squash with Rosemary, Butter and Garlic

It is fall, and that means butternut squash are all around the market and in your CSA bags. Butternut squash are one of my favorite fall foods. They are sweet, creamy and delicious. They also are full of nutrients such … Continue reading

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Staring, Waving, and Horn Blowing!

One of our fields is right along Unionville Indian Trail Road, and everything we do is in clear view of people driving. This is one of the main roads through Unionville, as well as one of the main routes to … Continue reading

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The Next Generation of Farmers

Here are some statistics quoted from the USDA, that might just scare you. We have an aging farming population. If left unchecked, this could threaten our ability to produce the food we need – and also result in the loss … Continue reading

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Seared Pak Choy (Asian greens) with Cashews

Many people are intimidated by Asian vegetables. We often bring beautiful red or green pac choy (also called pak choi, bok choi, and bok choy) to the market, and it is one of the last things to sell. The same … Continue reading

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Tina’s Story

Tina Brenize has been a CSA member for several years and is a constant inspiration to me. Not only is she a super mom, she also is a true CSA pro!  She hasn’t always been a nutrition enthusiast though.  Let … Continue reading

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Don’t Hate The Beets

The lowly beets get more bad press than any other vegetable. To help with the beet hating problem, we called in an expert, Chef Julia Simon with Nourish.   If you don’t know Julia, and haven’t tried the great vegan food … Continue reading

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Which Kale Should I Buy?

We offer multiple types of kale at the Farmers’ Market. There is the dark green Lacinado Kale (also called Dinosaur Kale), the red stemmed and frilly Red Russian Kale, the Portuguese Kale, the thick and ruffly Ripbor Kale, and the … Continue reading

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Brown Buttered Kale (Recipe from Sheila Tennaro)

My good friend, Sheila Tennaro, told me how to cook kale like this about a year ago, and it has become a family staple dish. Fall is when kale is in its glory, so give this one a try. There … Continue reading

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