Vegetarian Spring Rolls (Lumpia) with Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce

How many times have you looked in the fridge at the end of the week of cooking and couldn’t find a lot of any one thing left but a little bit of a lot of veggies like a half a head of red (or green cabbage), half a bell pepper, one small carrot, a couple of green beans, a couple cups of sprouts, or one … Continue reading Vegetarian Spring Rolls (Lumpia) with Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce

Dill and Almond Pesto with Meyer Lemon Juice

We put so much dill in the bunches we provide our CSA and farmer’s market customers that we often get the question “what can I do with all this dill?” Here is one great way to use the entire bunch but be forewarned.  After you try this dill and almond pesto you may end up wanting to get more than just one bunch of dill. … Continue reading Dill and Almond Pesto with Meyer Lemon Juice

Sweet Pepper Glaze

Apricot glaze was the inspiration for this glaze. This glaze uses our sweet peppers.  The orange variety are so close to that of apricots, and while the peppers are not as sweet as apricots they are sweet, hence the name, and they are not spicy at all.  We use this variety of pepper when it is ripe, therefore it will not taste as “vegetal” as … Continue reading Sweet Pepper Glaze

Green Kale Pesto with Cranberries and Walnuts

If you eat lots of fresh vegetables, then your fridge often gets full and finding space can be a challenge. Kale is a great vegetable, and we love to eat it lots of different ways. But it is fluffy and can be a fridge space hog, and sometimes, we just need to make room for the celery and kohlrabi. This pesto recipe is delicious, and it reduces kale’s refrigerator real … Continue reading Green Kale Pesto with Cranberries and Walnuts

Celery Leaf and Asian Pear Sweet and Savory Sauce with Organic Peanut Butter

When most people think of dishes with celery, they envision the stalks, but the leaves are also not only edible but delicious. We use them in salads, soups, or in sauces like this sweet and savory sauce recipe. This recipe has an Asian twist to it, with Asian pear and sesame seed oil. For other cuisine versions, you can replace the Asian pear and oil with different … Continue reading Celery Leaf and Asian Pear Sweet and Savory Sauce with Organic Peanut Butter

Canned Stewed Tomatoes

It’s January in Florida, and that means we’re in the height of tomato season here, but that won’t be the case once the weather gets hotter. So we can tomatoes (sauce, whole, and diced) to enjoy them when it’s just too hot and humid to grow them. Tomatoes are high in Vitamins A, C, and K, and the minerals iron, potassium, and copper.  Raw, uncooked … Continue reading Canned Stewed Tomatoes

Korean-style Scallion and Veggie Pancakes

We farm in Florida, but we love food from all over the world.  Korean-style Scallion and Veggie Pancakes are delicious, healthy, and easy to make. This recipe uses scallions, carrots, and red bell pepper, but you can use any vegetable of your choice, as long as they are somewhat flat.  For example, using large or even small broccoli or cauliflower florets will result in very uneven … Continue reading Korean-style Scallion and Veggie Pancakes