How My Mom Ruined the Brussels Sprouts

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“My mom used to make frozen Brussels Sprouts. She’d boil the heck out of them. I couldn’t stand them. Now I roast them and love them. Especially our frozen Brussels Sprouts. What I do is toss them with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Spread them on a cookie sheet with thinly sliced onion and roast at 425 degrees for about 20 … Read More

Candy Onions and Corn

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Freshly harvested candy onions and corn are not to be missed. They are much milder and sweeter than your average onions and a special delight when caramelized. Elise Bauer’s website Simply Recipes has a wonderful post on How to Caramelize Onions. Speedier and simpler options for turning candy onions into a culinary delight: Grilled Onions Slice horizontally, drizzle with some olive oil (add … Read More

Happy Harvest Hybrids: Kale Sprouts & Echalions

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Foodie friends, have we got a bag for you! This week includes some unusual veggie treasures: kale sprouts and echalions. Kale sprouts: Red Russian Kale + Brussels sprouts = KALE SPROUTS. Sometimes referred to as Lollipop Kale, these sprouts grow on a stalk and produce cool little buds of purpleish kale. Crazy, right? Try cooking it in a heap of ways: pan-roasted, … Read More