How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/26/17)

How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/26/17)

Carrots There are so many ways to enjoy carrots! We love them raw, roasted, in stews, or in stir fry’s. One way I make sure to take my daily carrot in take is in my juice. Every morning I grab the basics: cucumber, celery, carrots, apple and lemon. Juice and off we go! Keep a…

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Organic. Time is Personal

Organic. Time is Personal

I have not always been a strict organic consumer. About 6-7 years ago I started with organic eggs, mainly because they taste better. When I discovered how much better the eggs were, I figured the chicken would be too. That began my journey to slowly transitioning into more organic items, and within 2-3 years, 50%…

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How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/19/17)

How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/19/17)

D’Anjou Pears: The d’Anjou is a truly all-purpose pear. They are juicy when ripe, and their subtle sweetness hints at a refreshing lemon-lime flavor. Their dense flesh holds up well in heated applications like baking, poaching, roasting, or grilling and they are delicious when sliced fresh in salads or eaten as an out-of-hand snack. The…

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The Moment I Became A Farmer

The Moment I Became A Farmer

Warm and wet! That is how I would describe the weather around the NW corner of Washington. Most of you will concur, unless you are on vacation in Texas. Then it would be warm, wet and tornadoes! Climate change is a real deal. What is causing that change might be up for debate, but change…

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How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/12/17)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/12/17)

Baby Broccolini: Broccolini is a hybrid between broccoli and Chinese kale (not actually baby broccoli). It can be cooked much the same way as regular broccoli but is more tender and takes less maintenance. Simply chop off an inch or two from the stems and either bake in the oven or toss in a stir…

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Weekend Warrior

Weekend Warrior

Maybe Aging Warrior is a better title for this newsletter. After 20 years of farming and two solid weeks of Spring pruning, my shoulders and elbows are feeling like the 51-year-old grandpa I am. I love pruning. I find it an art, a forgiving art mind you, because the trees always seem to accept my…

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