Author Archives: B and G Produce

In Season: Charred Padron Pepper Curry Paste

If you like curry, I suggest you try making this homemade curry paste. It lasts about a week in the fridge, but also freezes very well. A lot of this is to taste, so that’s why some of the ingredients … Continue reading

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In Season: The Best Chili

I realize this isn’t really about what’s in season, but it does incorporate some items that were preserved from the fall harvest. Plus, this chili is absolutely delicious. Trust me. I spent years trying to make a good chili. Finally, … Continue reading

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In Season: Roasted Sweet Potato & Sauteed Greens Poke Bowl

I started making poke (pronounced po-kay) bowls a lot this summer. Once the rice is cooked, the rest is pretty easy. And, you can play around with various toppings, depending on what you have. Traditionally, I think of a poke … Continue reading

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Savor Your Scraps – Radish Salad

Below is my Savor your Scraps presentation from East Pierre Landscaping’s Earth Day celebration. Homemade stock is your “go to” for scraps. I have a gallon bag in my freezer at all times. As I use vegetables, I toss the … Continue reading

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In Season: Zucchini Meatballs

A couple weeks ago a friend gave me a recipe for zucchini meatballs. After some tweaking, I’ve come up with something Matt loved so much that he ate 20 golf-ball sized meatballs in one day. No joke. When Matt, the … Continue reading

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In Season: Zucchini Garbanzo Saute

Some of our CSA members have been asking for additional uses for zucchini. What I love about zucchini and summer squash is that they take on whatever flavors you put with them. This particular dish was my brunch today. When … Continue reading

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In Season: How To Make Roasted Tomato Sauce

So many of you have asked about my roasted tomato sauce, so here is the recipe. It’s super easy and uber tasty. Roasted Tomatoes Ingredients: Tomatoes, halved or quartered depending on size Fresh herbs, whatever you have on hand: basil, … Continue reading

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In Season: What we’re doing with Zucchini Blossoms

When I talked about Savoring your Scraps, I referred to it as the vegetable version of nose to tail cooking. This is another excellent example. Zucchini blossoms tend to be overlooked and discarded. However, fresh blossoms are delicious and should … Continue reading

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In Season: What we’re doing with Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi literally translates to cabbage and turnip. I think it has crunch similar to cucumber and tastes a bit like broccoli stem. Either way, we love it and customers are starting to catch on as well…although many of you have … Continue reading

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In Season: What we’re doing with Radicchio

Radicchio is part of the chicory family, which are generally bitter greens. Other chicory include curly endive and escarole. Many of you are probably familiar with the round version of radicchio at your grocery store. This beautiful version is a … Continue reading

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