Author Archives: Blooming Glen Farm

Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic and Sweet Peppers

With the cooler days and nights of late summer, I find that instead of craving quickly cooked meals and cold salads, I have been turning to more warm, comforting dishes. The appearance of soups and stews on the table is … Continue reading

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Summertime Chili

This flavorful chili is a very light and healthy recipe that utilizes a lot of this week’s share–onions, tomatoes, tomatillos, hot peppers, summer squash, and okra. This is a great way to use up some of those items you may … Continue reading

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Oven-Dried Cherry Tomatoes

I came upon this method for drying cherry tomatoes that is a bit different than the standard “dry” dehydrating method. Here, you toss the tomatoes in olive oil before drying–a simple touch that gives them a wonderfully caramelized flavor that … Continue reading

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Provencal Summer Gratin

Now that the worst of that torrential heat wave from last week is waning, I find myself finally able to make my way back into the kitchen and near a stove for the first time in weeks. I’ve been eating … Continue reading

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Moroccan Ginger-Carrot Salad

Here is a great recipe for those of you looking for something new to show off those beautiful carrots from this week’s share. Though it can stand solo or as an addition to your salad plate, we think it might … Continue reading

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Zucchini Dip with Yogurt and a Baked Summer Squash “Frittata”

With an abundance of summer squash rolling in from the fields every week, we figured you might need a few more creative recipe ideas to keep things interesting with this versatile veggie. This first recipe is a roasted zucchini dish … Continue reading

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Herb Potato Salad with Yellow Wax Beans

I’m sure you are as excited as we are to have the first batch of this season’s potatoes make its way into your CSA share. Fresh out of the dirt, these pink little nuggets have a flavorful, earthy goodness that … Continue reading

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Fridge Pickles!

Don’t get me wrong, home-canning is probably one of the best ways to preserve excess fruits and veggies (not to mention rather necessary when you are trying to keep something in your cupboard through winter). However when it comes to … Continue reading

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Grilled Radicchio Salad with Pear and Pecorino

Radicchio is another one of those veggies most people avoid because they either 1) don’t know what the heck it isĀ  2) don’t know how to prepare it even if they muster the courage to pick it up from the … Continue reading

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Weekly Recipes: Slaw Variations and Garlic Scapes

If you are anything like me, standing over a hot stove in 90-plus degree heat is not something that gets you going at the end of a long day. However, we are lucky to have a medley of veggies on … Continue reading

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