Monthly Archives: May 2011


From our Groundswell Community Farm Cookbook: Radishes grow rather spicy in our rich soil by the second week of harvest. If you like them mild, try to get them when we start picking a new patch. If you are adverse to the … Continue reading

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From our Groundswell Community Farm Cookbook… Our earliest u-pick crop and the first thing we direct seed in the field, when the pea plants come up it is a sure sign that the growing season will soon be in full swing. Many … Continue reading

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Lettuce Enjoy this section from our Groundswell Community Farm Cookbook We grow reds and greens from crunchy romaine to the most tender butterhead varieties. We all know what to do with lettuce, salads and sandwiches are at the top of the list. … Continue reading

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Kohlrabi One of Katie’s favorites, but kohlrabi is special because it is early and a constant throughout the growing season. Think of a broccoli stem, but a little sweeter and juicier like a mild apple and you have a kohlrabi. The leaves … Continue reading

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Green Onions

Enjoy this info and recipe from our Groundswell Community Farm Cookbook… Green Onions Called green onions or scallions, we begin to harvest this first of the onion family in late spring to early summer. We grow it all season long, as … Continue reading

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Cooking Greens

The following post is taken directly from our Groundswell Community Farm Cookbook Kale, Chard, Collards and the like … Chop three or four leaves into just about every meal that you make, from stir fries, soups, casseroles and quiche to spaghetti … Continue reading

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