Counter? Crisper? Or Cupboard?

In this share: Lettuce, Kale, Broccoli, Green Cabbage, Salad Turnips, Parsley, Snow or Snap Peas, Arugula or Salad mix Vegetable storage is a big deal. It’s thrilling to get a load of produce at pick-up to make all your favorite meals, but a huge bummer to see your precious veggies fade before you get to them. Where do you put these things? And how do you… More Counter? Crisper? Or Cupboard?

Snap benefits OK at farmers market

http://www.southwhidbeyrecord.com/entertainment/304322341.html Hoping to make shopping local easier for all income levels, Bayview Farmers Market is once agin accepting SNAP benefits. The market is in its second year of promoting the use of SNAP benefits (formerly food stamps) for purchasing from Whidbey vegetable, fruit, and dairy farmers. Here’s how it works: A shopper makes a purchase… More Snap benefits OK at farmers market

Smashed and Fried Beets to Top Salads or Serve Alone

Beets, as many as you want to eat Balsamic Vinegar Olive Oil Salt and pepper to taste Boil Beets in their skins until tender (prick with fork to test). Let cool. Chop medium-large beets into large chunks, leave small beets whole. Put beets between waxed paper and smash with side of your fist. Fry in olive oil… More Smashed and Fried Beets to Top Salads or Serve Alone

Kabocha Squash Puree with Balsamic and Sage

We adore winter squash. If you’re not already a winter squash fan, please, trust us on this–it’s rich, comforting and delicious in an infinite number of dishes. We love coconut milk and winter squash soups and curries and making winter squash breads and pancakes. This is another delish way to go from foodandwine.com. 1kabocha squash… More Kabocha Squash Puree with Balsamic and Sage