Author Archives: jana


Peppers! Lots and lots of peppers! Chop them and add to garden salads and coleslaw. Grill them and add to sandwiches, pizza, pasta…. Make bell peppers the star of the show with this Bell Pepper Coleslaw recipe. Another great salad … Continue reading

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Before we start talking cucumber here, CONGRATULATIONS TO TOM AND KATIE ON THE BIRTH OF THEIR BABY BOY, LELAND WEST!!! Who doesn’t love some good homemade pickles? Try this recipe for Small-Batch Refrigerator Dill Pickles. Want your pickles to be … Continue reading

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The first thing that comes to mind when I think about eggplant is ratatouille! There are hundreds of recipes for ratatouille out there. My personal favorite is  the recipe Summer Garden Ratatoille from Simply in Season. This dish is simple, … Continue reading

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OK CSAer’s, anyone asking the question “What can I do with all this cilantro”? Well, click on the links below for a variety of flavorful cilantro recipe ideas. Pico de Gallo. Not a hot pepper fan?…simply omit them. Like more … Continue reading

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Kohlrabi?!!??! I’m going to admit that the first time I saw kohlrabi written on the board, I had no clue what in the world this vegetable was. I didn’t quite know what to think of this “savory apple”. I went … Continue reading

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Radishes are Rad!

Sure, you can simply munch on radishes raw or slice and toss with your lettuce salads (and they taste  amazing these ways this time of year)….but if you’re looking for some more adventurous ways to prepare your Groundswell radishes this … Continue reading

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Bok Choy. Oh Joy!

This week we are highlighting the magnificent Asian green, Bok Choy. Check out this recipe from Everyday Food for Ginger-Sesame Bok Choy. It’s quick, delicious and uses some of the green onions from this weeks share.  I quartered 2 smaller … Continue reading

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