Author: Danielle Levitt

Oven Roasted Kabocha Squash

Oven Roasted Kabocha Squash

This recipe is from  tinyurbankitchen.com. The author of the blog describes this squash as being like candy. You will need some strong muscles and a sharp knife, preferably a cleaver to cut the squash.

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Farm News- October 28, 2010

Hi Folks, Things are beginning to wind down a bit here on the farm. We are done seeding and transplanting crops for harvest this season. We have finished digging the sweet potatoes and most...

Parsnip soup

Parsnip soup

Ingredients: note: that amounts are approximate. 1 onion, peeled and chopped About one pound of parsnips, peeled and cut into 2-3 inch chunks Olive oil to coat bottom of soup pot 1 quart chicken...

Creamy Risotto with Sweet Potato & Parmesan

Creamy Risotto with Sweet Potato & Parmesan

A unique twist on risotto, from the same cookbook, Cooking Close to Home. Perhaps a new addition to try at your Thanksgiving dinner? This recipe serves 4 and you can substitute butternut squash for...

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Farm News- October 21, 2010

Hi Folks, I hope you are all enjoying the beautiful fall weather. There is no rain in the forecast this week, at least for the moment. This is good news since the ground is...

Warm Bean Salad with Fresh Herbs and Olives

Warm Bean Salad with Fresh Herbs and Olives

For those of you who don’t go for the pork in your bean recipes, here is a  lovely salad recipe from The Splendid Table.

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Farm News- October 14, 2010

Hi Folks, We had our first frost this past Saturday night. As warm as it has been, I was hoping we would get a couple more weeks from the warm weather crops. The old...

Wilted Kale with Lemon

Wilted Kale with Lemon

Here is a quick but tasty recipe using kale, from the William Sonoma cookbook, Cooking from the Farmers’ Market; it can’t get much simpler! The recipe serves 6.

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Farm News- October 7. 2010

Hi Folks, The dry spell has officially ended! I guess it’s too much to ask, to have a balance between the sunshine and the rain and we have to accept the feast or famine...