Vegetable Stock

Here’s a classic recipe for vegetable stock with tomatoes. Try other mild-flavored vegetables, too. Yield: 2 quart Ingredients: 1 oz             Vegetable oil 12 oz           Onions, Diced 6oz             Celery, Diced 6 oz            Carrots, Diced 6 oz            Mushrooms 6 oz            Garlic, whole cloves 12 oz           Tomatoes, chopped 1 ea             Sachet d Epice 1 tsp      … Continue reading Vegetable Stock

Worden Farm Kimchee

Many thanks to Chef Instructors Jenna Hartmann, Jason Osborne, and the students of the Charlotte Technical College Culinary Arts Program for creating and preparing this recipe! Main Ingredients 1 each             Worden Farm Napa Cabbage 1 each             Worden Farm Bok Choy 1 each             Worden Farm Carrot, Thinly Sliced 1 each             Worden Farm Kohlrabi 5 each             Worden Farm Spring Onions 2 … Continue reading Worden Farm Kimchee

Three Cabbage Cousins Slaw with Pecans, Dates, and Vegan Tahini Dressing

Napa Cabbage, Kina Savoy, and Bok Choy are all in the Cabbage family — they are like cabbage cousins. This recipe can be made with other Cabbage family greens, such as Kale, or Tatsoi. Cabbage family crops are known for being health-promoting. If you’re new to Cabbage family crops in your diet, you may be pleasantly surprised by their light sweetness and craveworthiness. A mixture … Continue reading Three Cabbage Cousins Slaw with Pecans, Dates, and Vegan Tahini Dressing

Moroccan-style Carrot, Celery, and Leek Stew with Chick Peas, Kalamata Olives, and Dried Lemon

Here is a delicious stew for you. It matches up our organic carrots, celery, and leeks with Moroccan spices: dried lemon, cinnamon, cumin, garlic, and cloves.  When the spices hit the hot oil in the pot you will feel transported. Exotic and intoxicating aromas will fill your kitchen! The dried lemon gives the stew a wonderful hint of lemon and lime, but if you can’t find it locally simply … Continue reading Moroccan-style Carrot, Celery, and Leek Stew with Chick Peas, Kalamata Olives, and Dried Lemon

Roasted Vegetables with Mustard Oil and Indian Five Spice (Panch Phoron)

Indian food is very aromatic and this dish uses “Panch Phoron”, a classic spice mix of fenugreek, fennel, black mustard, cumin, and nigella seeds.  The spicy and aromatic mixture of seeds may be used whole or ground. Our globe eggplants, carrots, and green beans are abundant now, so we are using them in this recipe.  We added carrots for their sweetness, to balance the spiciness of this exotic and … Continue reading Roasted Vegetables with Mustard Oil and Indian Five Spice (Panch Phoron)

Curried Curly Endive Soup with Romanesco

Many thanks to Chef Instructor Jason Osborne and the student chefs at Charlotte Technical College for creating and preparing this delicious recipe for our farm members! Ingredients: 4 TBSP Olive Oil ½ TBSP Ginger, Fresh, Minced ½ TBSP Garlic, Fresh Minced 2 each Scallions, Sliced 1 ea Jalapeno, Minced ½ Cup Worden Farm Yellow Onions, Fresh Minced 2 each Worden Farm Carrots, small dice 1 … Continue reading Curried Curly Endive Soup with Romanesco

Lacto-fermented Cabbage, Red Beet, and Carrot Sauerkraut

Lacto-fermentation seems to be the rage these days and it’s about time since humans have been preserving vegetables this way for millenia. The term “lacto” refers to lactobacillus, a strain of bacteria common on the skin of most produce, especially those that grow close to the ground.  Without getting into a lot of scientific detail, the bacteria convert sugars to lactic acid which then acts as a … Continue reading Lacto-fermented Cabbage, Red Beet, and Carrot Sauerkraut