French Onion Soup

French onion soup is a heart-warming, rustic soup that’s great on cold winter days. But because it has a lightness to it, and isn’t thick like a stew, it’s even better for those busy cool spring days, to warm you up but not slow you down, as you enjoy the sunshine, new growth, and brisk breeze. Preparation Time:  15 minutes Cooking Time:  1 hour Yields:  2 quarts Ingredients: 6 … Continue reading French Onion Soup

Chilled Celery and Leek Soup

As the weather heats up, here is another wonderful and delicious chilled soup, using our celery, leeks, and Spring onions.  You can enjoy this soup warm, but we love it chilled on warmer days. Preparation Time:  30 minutes Cooking Time:  30 minutes Serves:  8 (8 oz portion) or 4 (16 oz portion) INGREDIENTS: 5 cups diced celery (1 bunch) 3 cups diced leeks, white and light green parts only (3 small … Continue reading Chilled Celery and Leek Soup

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

Caramelized Spring Onion and Roasted Tomato Herbed Galette with Greek Feta

Most of us in the U.S. have had sweet galettes with fruit-based fillings but we are going the savory route with this recipe.  We use caramelized Spring onions as the base filling and top them with oven roasted Roma tomatoes and Feta cheese.  We also add garlic, basil, and oregano to the half all purpose and whole wheat (both organic) dough to give the hearty … Continue reading Caramelized Spring Onion and Roasted Tomato Herbed Galette with Greek Feta

Sautéed Escarole with Kohlrabi and White Beans   

Escarole looks like lettuce, but the flavor is much deeper and the leaves hold up better to cooking. The escarole is delicious here, but if you don’t have any available, almost any other flavorful leafy greens can work well in this recipe as a companion to the kohlrabi and white beans. 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 4 garlic cloves, coarsely chopped 2 onions, cut in … Continue reading Sautéed Escarole with Kohlrabi and White Beans   

Roasted Cherry Tomato, Spring Onion, and Pine Nut Chutney

Who doesn’t love a great chutney? Chutney (“chatni” in Sindi) is originally from India, and is the name given to a wide variety of sauces that were originally made in Indian homes but now made commercially worldwide.  Go to most any supermarket, grocery store, or farmer’s market and you will find them but pasteurized and filled with tons of sugar and vinegar (for preservation). In … Continue reading Roasted Cherry Tomato, Spring Onion, and Pine Nut Chutney

Classic Chilled Gazpacho

Our brief winter in Central Florida has past and spring is upon us with summer soon to follow.  This recipe is a great way to enjoy our fresh veggies in a cool and very refreshing chilled soup as the temperatures heat up. Preparation Time:  30 minutes (of washing and chopping) Make/Chill (No Cooking Involved) Time:  10 minutes (3-4 hour minimum in the fridge to chill … Continue reading Classic Chilled Gazpacho