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Hearty German Potato Soup (Crock Pot easy!)

I found a recipe last Fall in my Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook for German Potato Soup.  I was looking for a potato leek soup to use some aging leeks.  This recipe appealed to me because it had cabbage, which meant … Continue reading

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Winter Box #3 – B is for Beets and bok choy,

C is for carrots and chard. I absolutely love the color variety in the baby carrots (orange and yellow and purple) and the Swiss chard (yellow and red stems)!  With all those vivid colors, it has to be healthier, right? … Continue reading

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Box #2 – Greens and Potatos and Turnips, Oh My!

We are eating quite well this winter so far.  Box #2 had Swiss chard, organic salad greens, spicy salad greens, spinach, fresh sage, two types of radishes, turnips, and Yukon Gold potatoes. And I have been substituting up a storm … Continue reading

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Frittata

I had left over meat and veggies after making lasagna a couple of nights ago, and was feeling lazy (I still haven’t gone to the grocery store).  So frittatas sounded like the perfect dinner.  First, preheat oven to 325°. I … Continue reading

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Lasagna

I felt an urgent need to use zucchini, the rest of last week’s chard, and my tomatoes ( the ones from last week were moving past their prime).  Since it adds pasta and cheese to their dinner, I knew it … Continue reading

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Volunteer Tomatoes

In prior years, we have had an extensive garden beside the house.  In Hawaii a few years ago, the vacation neighbors in the house next door taught us about Google Earth and you could see our garden boxes… and my … Continue reading

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Chard and other greens

My husband loves greens; chard, beet greens, kale, spinach, etc.  He isn’t too hot for mustard  greens (too bitter), but otherwise he says he loves them all.  I ate greens when he prepared them, knowing leafy greens have more iron … Continue reading

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