Butternut Squash Part II: or, another great option for your Thanksgiving table

I am probably not the only one who is sad that there are no new CSA vegetables this week. I will miss my weekly trips to the CSA barn, not to mention all the lovely vegetables in my kitchen. I suspect that I'm also not the only one, though, whose CSA share will last at least a few weeks into the future.
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Pasta with Roasted Winter Squash and Greens

October is the time when blogging along with the CSA gets tricky. I look at the list that Farmer Nancy puts out on Facebook and wonder whether I can possibly make a mustard green-green tomato-kohlrabi-sweet potato casserole, or some such, just to use as many vegetables as possible. Alas, no. Each week, it's a choice.
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On the Many Fine Qualities of Chard

In recent years, chard has become my go-to green. Don't get me wrong--I love spinach as much as the next (spinach-loving) person. But spinach's season is brief--just a few short weeks in spring and fall for the fresh stuff, and the rest of the time you're either spinach-less or reduced to bagged spinach from the grocery or even frozen in a pinch.
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