Author Archives: janefrauenheim

Last Post of 2013

Wow! It always amazes me when we get to the end of another CSA season.  The season flies by filled with delicious produce and then we are plunged into Michigan winter.  Hopefully you have some yummy veggies canned or in … Continue reading

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Soup Weather with a little hope for some Indian Summer

Despite absolutely glorious weather for the last 2 weeks, today definitely feels like winter may be right around the corner. This weather makes me want nice thick, homemade soup for lunch/dinner and to store some in the freezer so that … Continue reading

Posted in cabbage, carrots, celery, chives, cilantro, freezing, garlic, hot peppers, kohlrabi, leeks, parsley, parsnips, peas, potatoes, pumpkin, spinach, sweet potato, tarragon, thyme, tomato, White Onion, winter squash | Leave a comment

Fall Vegetables

Just like I enjoy the season changes, I also enjoy the produce changes. A tomato or peach in the middle of winter from the grocery store bears absolutely no resemblance to what we have been enjoying for the last month. … Continue reading

Posted in broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celery, chives, cilantro, green beans, Oregano, parsley, parsnips, potatoes, spaghetti squash, sweet peppers, sweet potato, thyme, tomato, turnips, White Onion | Leave a comment

Happy Labor Day!

Every Friday for the last 6 or so years in our house is Pizza Night. Mitchell and Katie look forward to this all week partly because kids love routine and what kid doesn’t love pizza? The first couple of years … Continue reading

Posted in basil, chives, cucumber, dill, garlic, parsley, potatoes, Red Onion, rosemary, summer squash / zucchini, sweet peppers, tomato, White Onion | Leave a comment

Late Summer Bounty

We are getting so many absolutely delicious vegetables right now. Though it is wonderful, it can definitely be quite overwhelming at times. Salad is one of the ideas that comes to mind and there are so many options to consider. … Continue reading

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Week 7: Cucumbers, Broccoli, Cauliflower and whatever else you have left in the refrigerator

I feel like every year that we have been members of Groundswell we use more and more of our produce and this year is no exception. I am more likely to remember to throw some extra chard or spinach in … Continue reading

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Week Four – Trying new vegetables

The first couple of years we were members of Groundswell, I felt like there was always a new vegetable to conquer.  When most of us purchase vegetables at the store or farmers market or even pick them out for our … Continue reading

Posted in asparagus, bok choy, carrots, chard, cilantro, daikon, garlic, green onion, scapes, spinach | Leave a comment