Field Notes

In your CSA Box – Week of July 20, 2017

In order from left to right Top: Unripe Pepper Mix, Mixed Okra, Winter Squash (Delicata), Papaloquelite Bottom: Golden Marconi Peppers, Hot Peppers, Dry Beans, Winter Squash (Kuri)

Sesame Honey Long Beans

One of my favorite oils to cook with sesame oil. It’s so flavorful by itself and can really help add amazing flavor to new veggies. I love long beans and they’re easy to cook and add as a side, but sometimes it’s nice to add some more flavor. Hope you all enjoy this Sesame honey…

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Melon Agua Fresca with Mint

I tend to be fiery by nature. I’m much more comfortable in snow than sun. Since Houston isn’t exactly my ideal climate, I have plenty of methods in place to keep cool. In order to stay hydrated and get a little cooling action at the same time, I use mint and lime a lot throughout…

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In your CSA Box – Week of July 13, 2017

In order from left to right Top: Golden Cowhorn Peppers, Papaloquelite, Dry Beans, Jimmy Nardellos Sweet Peppers or Eggplant Bottom: Hot Peppers, Butternut Squash, Mixed Okra, Melons

Roasted Eggplant “Bharta”

I love eggplant in every form I have ever had it in. This is one of my favorite recipes that I grew up eating eggplant as “bharta”. It means a mash. The roasting gives it a lovely flavor. I roasted the Loam Agronomics eggplant in my oven for this recipe but if its done on…

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Prosciutto Cantaloupe Skewers

I am always looking for a simple appetizer that I can quickly throw together when we have friends over. Lately, this recipe has been my go-to because it seriously takes no time. I also love a mix of salty and sweet and this hits the spot. ingredients 1 package of prosciutto (make sure the ingredients…

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Long Bean Turkey Curry

“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine thy food.” The crockpot isn’t automatically a summertime go-to, but life is still busy in the summer and the crock pot is a great way to cut back on hands-on time without cutting back on nutrition and flavor. This easy curry dish is light, colorful and filling and…

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Roasted Sweet Pepper Walnut Dip

I used to find sweet peppers and bell peppers a little abrasive…until I learned to roast them. It intensifies their sweetness and really rounds out the flavors. Though they are great on their own, every now and then I like to blend them up with some soaked walnuts for a killer dip. I’ve been enjoying…

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In your CSA Box – Week of July 6, 2017

In order from left to right Top: Long Beans, Green Peppers, Mixed Okra, Papaloquelite, Cantaloupe Bottom: Acorn Squash, Heirloom Eggplant, Red Peppers, Dried Cowpeas, Tomatoes

Crispy Roasted Okra

Okra has always been one of my favorite vegetables. Many people I meet or cook for have not or had not fallen in love with it, because it can be tricky to cook. If not fried then sometimes it turns up as a sticky and gooey mess. This oven roasted crispy okra is my favorite…

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