Sautéed Mixed Greens over Cured Tomatoes

This really is two easy recipes: one is for sautéed mixed greens, and the other is for cured tomatoes. Put them together, and it’s a perfect match. We grow many varieties of greens, and just about all of them work well here. The tomatoes in this recipe are best if they are Romas, but slicer, grape, or cherry tomatoes also will work well. Just use what’s in season, … Continue reading Sautéed Mixed Greens over Cured Tomatoes

Baby Greens Soup with Coconut Milk, Sweet Curry, and Tamarind

We call this soup “baby greens” because we’ve tried using spinach and arugula, baby bok choy and spinach, mizuna and baby bok choy, and while the final flavors for each version were somewhat different from each, they were all very delicious. You could almost have a “make your own soup” kind of dinner, or you can put all of your favorite baby greens in and enjoy … Continue reading Baby Greens Soup with Coconut Milk, Sweet Curry, and Tamarind

Wilted Endive Salad with Warm Fennel Vinaigrette

We at Worden Farm have worked for many years with the Culinary Arts Program at the Charlotte Technical College, helping to educate student chefs about farm-fresh vegetables. The chefs will be at Worden Farm this Wednesday afternoon, demonstrating and sampling this Florida cuisine recipe, which uses many vegetables that currently are being harvested in abundance at Worden Farm. Many thanks to Chef Instructors Ron Westrom and Jason … Continue reading Wilted Endive Salad with Warm Fennel Vinaigrette

Veggie Frittata with Turnips and Swiss Chard

Frittatas are like omelets in that they are a great and delicious way to enjoy your vegetables.  They are an every-meal kind of dish; enjoy them for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a late-night snack.  They also make for an excellent appetizer for your holiday parties and get-togethers. There are no fixed rules on what kinds of veggies to put into your frittata, but you can use … Continue reading Veggie Frittata with Turnips and Swiss Chard