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Fennel salad

Easy fennel salad recipe

Easy Fennel Salad Recipe (vegan, gluten-free) by Nancy Hanson   Fennel is one of the items we get the most questions about during the CSA share pickup. It is an aromatic and flavorful herb in the carrot family and tastes somewhat like a milder and sweeter version of anise. Fennel is popular throughout the world, particularly in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines, and can be grilled, sauteed, braised, stewed, or
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overflowing angel food cake

A few basic cooking tips

A Few Basic Cooking Tips   In a hurry? Don’t just crank up the heat, which will cause your food to be burned on the outside and raw on the inside – yuck! Instead, cover the food with a lid or tin foil, which will trap the heat and speed up the cooking process. For better or for worse, this will also trap moisture; if the food needs a crispy exterior, remove the covering and turn up the heat for a few minut
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tomato salad in bowl

Tomato season is here!

Tomato season is here! Yahoo!!! Tomato season is here! We asked for recipes using CSA vegetables, and you answered. Here are the first two recipes, courtesy of CSA member Dawn Beckman. Got a great CSA-focused recipe? Send it (with photo is best, if possible) to farm@hampshire.edu. Can’t wait to hear what you’re cooking up!   Tomato Salad (vegan, gluten-free)   Ingredients 1 quart of cherry tomat
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closeup of kitchen utensils in a jar

Setting up a kitchen

Setting up a kitchen     One of the most important things you can do to make your experience in the kitchen fun instead of frustrating is to make sure that you have the proper tools. Although many tools can be improvised (yes, you can drain your pasta with a pot lid instead of a colander) at the end of the day you will have more fun and be less stressed in the kitchen if you have the right tools for the job
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