Strap on your lederhosen, the kipfler are coming.

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The kipfler (also known as Austrian Crescent Potatoes) is a type of fingerling. Keeping to its German roots, these potatoes can get big, so if you’re looking at something that more closely resembles a toddler’s foot than an adult finger, odds are you have a kipfler in your hand. Kipfler (German for croissant) potatoes have deep yellow flesh with a waxy and firm … Read More

Spaghetti Squash, A Most Versatile Food

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Spaghetti squash can be baked, boiled, steamed, and/or microwaved. You can serve with sauce or butter it up. It is all the rage as a no carb substitute for spaghetti. Don’t forget the seeds, which can be roasted just like pumpkin seeds. Plus, it is packed with nutrients and low on calories (about 42 calories a cup). Spaghetti squash flavor is mild…okay sorta … Read More

The Edamame Has Arrived

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Late summer each year we wait with our fingers crossed for the Certified Organic, fresh edamame (aka soybeans) from Markristo Farm. Organically grown soybeans are fussy. This year they are happy. Hooray! Most of the edamame in the grocery store (mainly in the freezer section) or in restaurants is GMO. Getting your hands on fresh, non-GMO edamame is tough, so if you … Read More