Posts Tagged ‘parsley’

CSA Produce of the Week, April 10, 2017

Green onions, also called scallions, are a type of onion that has a mild taste. This vegetable can be eaten either raw or cooked and are available all year round. Most importantly, green onions are nutritionally beneficial in many ways. Green onions contain riboflavin, folate, vitamin B-12, iron and calcium. Further research also indicates that…

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In Your Box This Week, May 4, 2015

Small Box 1 bunch Purple Kale 1 lb Broccoli 1 Celery Root 1 Green Butter Lettuce 1 bunch Texas Onions 1 Green Cabbage 1 bunch Round Carrots 1 bunch Italian Parsley 1 Lemon Large Box 1 lb Pixie Tangerines 1 bunch Collard Greens 1 bunch Curly Parsley 1 lb Broccoli 1 Celery Root 1 Iceburg…

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Parsicles and Other Parsley Musings

While adornment will always be part and parcel for parsley, there are many front and center applications for this amazing herb.  It’s one of those things that when I don’t have it – I’m left wanting it.   With it’s impressive nutritional profile it’s hard to imagine how “celery’s cousin” ended up relegated to the side…

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In Your Box This Week, November 17, 2014

Small Box 1 bunch Broccolini 1 bunch Purple Carrots 1 bunch Green Kale 2 Artichokes 1 bunch Curly Parsley 1 Romaine Lettuce 2 Bi-color Corn 1 Butternut Squash 1 Cucumber Large Box 1 lb Blue Lake Beans 4 lbs Valencia Oranges 1 Cucumber 1 Green Cabbage 1 bunch Purple Carrots 1 bunch Broccolini 1 bunch…

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Chicken Shepard’s Pie

This is great basic recipe, you can add all sorts of vegetables, omit the chicken to make it vegetarian, go wild!  Double it and freeze it for a quick meal later. • 3 lbs potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks • 2 T olive oil • 2 chicken breasts, diced • 2-3 garlic cloves minced…

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