Monthly Archives: October 2015

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!:)

Great news for Charlotte travelers!

Great news for Charlotte travelers.  Right at the beginning of concourse A at Charlotte/Douglas Airport is a Red Mango, however they don’t just serve sweet yogurt.  They are making fresh green juices.  I had one this morning made from half an … Continue reading

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A Little of This and That Sauté

Over the Labor Day holiday, we were blessed to go visit our son and daughter in law at Westpoint, where he is assigned.  They were so sweet.  They know eating clean, fresh, and local is a priority for Jay and … Continue reading

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Winter CSA

When most people think of farming, they think of spring and summer with huge juicy tomatoes and crisp cucumbers.  I like that, but my favorite time is the winter.  Winter is when the lettuce is sweet and crisp, the kale … Continue reading

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The Crap Creep

My family and I, along with most of our CSA members are committed to a “Low Crap Diet”.  This means that we choose real food instead of processed, high carb, high chemical, high sugar options.  The thing about eating like … Continue reading

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What Happens When Your Farmer Goes On Vacation

What happens if we go on vacation? One of the hardest things about farming is that it is relentless and can absolutely take over your life.  The weeds always grow.  The chickens need to be fed every day and they … Continue reading

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Stuffed Anaheim Peppers

Only the toughest crops thrive at the end of summer in the Carolinas.  This includes peppers of different types, eggplant, okra, and longbeans.  Sadly, these are veggies many people are not used to eating, so CSA members end up not … Continue reading

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Eating While On The Road

I travel a lot for my work.  During July and August, I was on an airplane every week traveling from Hawaii to Nova Scotia, to California, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, California, Illinois, Tennessee, New York, and back to Nova Scotia.  In … Continue reading

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Another Ratatouille

Squash, squash, more squash… along with the eggplant you have no clue what to do with, as well as the pile of tomatoes and peppers on your counter….  Ratatouille is the answer!  According to Wikipedia (the authority on everything), a … Continue reading

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Souther Ratatouille

I am always looking for ways to use squash, eggplant, and all the other veggies that seem to come in profusion during the summer.  This is further complicated by the fact that I tend to prefer greens, lettuce, broccoli and … Continue reading

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