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Featured Crops

To see photos, recipes and storage tips for our full lineup of crops, see the list to the right 
or our crop calendar.wh

Below are a few of the crops featured in our current CSA boxes.

<a href=http://www.tomatomountain.com/content/14238>Winter Squash</a>

Our two varieties of winter squash--acorn and butternut--are staples of colder-weather menus. We'll be roasting, scooping, and pureeing some squash to freeze for boxes well into the winter. In the meantime, try these:

Spoon/Fork/Bacon: Maple Glazed roasted Acorn Squash

Martha Stewart: Twice-Baked Butternut Squash 

<a href=http://www.tomatomountain.com/content/14196>Broccoli</a>

Nutrition-dense, flavorful, and fun to eat! Broccoli is a hearty, versatile vegetable, and ours tastes nothing like the mass-produce frozen stuff you may have eaten as a kid.

Eating Clean Recipes: Roasted Broccoli

The Noble Pig: Grilled Broccoli and Lemons

101 Cookbooks: Double-Broccoli Quinoa

<a href=http://www.tomatomountain.com/content/14221>Lettuce</a>

Lettuce doesn't get a bad rap so much as a mediocre one; it's used as filler, imagined to be the unpleasant side-dish to a hearty meal. But our CSA members know that's false: lettuce can serve as the centerpiece for a meal, taste delicious, and be elevated to main-course status. Fill with taco or spring roll fillings for a simple meal, or even give it a turn as your wilted green in a stir-fry.
 

Martha Stewart: Grilled Simple Ceasar Salad 

The Food Addicts: Beef and Shiitake Lettuce Wraps (Also great with crumbled tofu instead of beef.)
 
TMF's Sheila: Braised Lettuce (PDF)
 
See our Lettuce page for a list of great salad dressings, too!

 

Crops & Varieties: PotatoesNovember 30th, 2016

  Quick Tips   As with many crops, you don't actually have to peel potatoes, despite what years of kitchen lessons may have taught you. Potato skins are full of nutrients and should only be

NEW! Sweet Cherries (add-on now available)July 15th, 2016

NEW! Sweet Cherries from Ellis Family Farm are now ready for add-ons. Add now (must be a CSA member and logged in) and checkout before Tuesday noon and you'll get them in your del

Newsletter ArchiveJuly 15th, 2016

2016 Newsletters are still going out weekly to our members!  We're a little behind schedule in creating a new site but soon enough all will be up-to-date. Thanks! [Message from admin, July 15, 20

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