Category - Tips

23
Jun

Week 4 Blog & C.S.A. Update !

Dear C.S.A. Community,   Week 4 is upon us and we are finishing up with some of the spring items and starting to welcome some new ones as well. This heat has the peppers and all the different types of zucchini and eggplant growing faster than I have ever seen. This week is the earliest …

2
Jun

Week 1 Recipes!

Willy has been busy preparing recipes for us! Hope You Enjoy! Health Transitions Clinic Recipe                                              Recipe Name: Kale Mushroom Sauté       Yield: 4 Ingredients Measure Method of Preparation Kale, chopped 2 cup In a sauté pan combine onion, bacon, and mushrooms. Add olive oil as the mushrooms soak up the fat. Sauté until bacon …

30
Nov

Cyber Monday Online Special!

Cyber Monday! Lets See…What to do! Today and only today if you sign up online for a C.S.A. you will receive $75 off if you enter “cybermonday” in coupon section in checkout. Thanks and see you all for the 2016 C.S.A. Season! http://www.bassfarms.org/1893/ Click Above for more information! Thanks Again, Chris Bass

24
Sep

Drying Herb’s

With the End of season coming, cut the herbs. They will come up next year just fine. I have found a great article that should help you store the herbs longer. There is a lot still in the bed. Drying Herbs Drying is the easiest method of preserving herbs. Simply expose the leaves, flowers or …

18
Aug

Tomato Health Tips

A lot here, but worth the read. Health benefits of Tomato Very low in calories and fats; but rich source of dietary fiber, minerals, vitamins; recommended in cholesterol controlling and weight reduction programs. The antioxidants present in tomatoes are found to be protective against many cancers including colon, prostate, breast, endometrial, lung, and pancreatic cancers. …

17
Aug

Fried Eggplant Review!

Yesterday Evening I cooked Brenna a bunch of veggies from the farm. I cooked fried eggplant. Not deep fried but lightly batter. It was excellent and had the consistency of potato but with a better taste. I batter them in whipped Egg, milk and dipped in flour. I also threw a few leafs of basil …

11
Aug

Eggplant Nutritional Facts

Overview Eggplant is a fat free, low-sodium food that is high in fiber. Although treated as a vegetable, eggplant is actually a fruit. A member of the nightshade family, it can be green, white, striped, or purple. Serving Size A 1 cup serving of raw, cubed eggplant contains a meager 20 calories. An average sized eggplant is about one …

9
Aug

Sweet Corn Tip:

Grilling Corn on the grill is GREAT!So before putting corn on the grill,soak ear and all husk in a pan ofsalt water. Let sit for ten minutes.Then put on grill. The salt will help flavor the corn and you just need butter when done.EnjoyThz Chris

9
Aug

Freezing Vegetable Guide

This is a excellent guide for freezing your vegetables. Freezing your vegetables is a great way to extend the life of your C.S.A. membership. Instead of giving away what you don’t eat FREEZE it and eat in the winter when you really have a craving. Thz Chris Quality for Keeps: Freezing Vegetables Barbara J. WillenbergAssociate …

5
Aug

Dr. Terry Cooper’s (Food For Thought) Seminar

Dr. Cooper is a good friend of mine and is offering a seminar @ her clinic. She has helped us out greatly by providing a safe and convenient drop-off point for our C.S.A. members who live to far from the farm to pick up their Chemical Free Veggie’s. So be sure to call her office …

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