The beautiful variety of peppers is truly a joy to behold. At least for me. I love working in the pepper area at BlueMoon’s booth at the market because it is the most colorful and appealing section. Seeing the brilliant reds, greens, yellows, chartreuses, purples, blacks, and oranges is almost mesmerizing. There is just so […]
One thing I’ve noticed in writing all of these blogs is that I have an affinity for certain vegetables or families of vegetables. I’ve also noticed that some vegetables I tend to forget about or overlook when shopping or planning meals. Now that I’ve realized my own food biases I can hopefully address them. Also, […]
Broccoli and cauliflower are staples of the American diet. Unfortunately, they tend to find their way onto our plates via freezer bags. This is not to say that there is anything wrong with getting your vegetables from the freezer section of a store, but fresh broccoli, cauliflower, or romanesco from a local farm is simply […]
The time has come for cabbage to lip-sync for its LIFE!..just kidding. It’s the time of the year for cabbage, and with Independence Day (not the movie) / 4th of July / July 4th right around the corner, its arrival could not be more timely. As most people know, cabbage is the star of a […]
This recipe was originally developed as part of our Kids Kits 2021 program.
Oftentimes, carrots are harvested in the late Fall after we’ve had a good frost and are stored in dirt or sand by farmers just above freezing to for the entire winter (or until they sell out). The hard freeze causes the carrots to become sweeter as the starches change to sugar (just like parsnips) and […]