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Frisée, Bacon, and Goat-Cheese Salad

Frisée, Bacon, and Goat-Cheese Salad ⅓ cup pine nuts or walnuts⅓ pound bacon⅓ cup olive oil1 tbsp Dijon mustard1 tbsp lemon juice1 tsp sugar¼ tsp kosher salt⅛ tsp freshly ground pepper1 pound frisée, curly endive, or chicory3 ounces goat cheese (crumbled) Toast the nuts in a large, dry skillet over low heat, stirring frequently, until golden, about 5 minutes. [...]

March 17th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

The Endive Confusion

In the culinary arts, the word frisée (pronounced "free-ZAY") refers to a variety of endive with curly, pale-green or yellowish leaves. The catalog of leafy vegetables that go by the name endive can be somewhat vast and bewildering, and not always accurate. Taxonomically speaking, all frisée are endives, but not all endives are frisée. Frisée is sometimes called curly [...]

March 17th, 2020|Categories: Greens|

The difference of Endive

The word endive is used to refer to the leafy part of any of a variety of bitter-flavored plants in the chicory family. The three main types used in the culinary arts are Belgian endive, curly endive, and broad-leafed endive. Belgian Endive Belgian endive is a small, cylindrical head of lettuce whose pale yellow leaves feature slightly curly edges. [...]

March 17th, 2020|Categories: Greens|

Arugula Beet Salad

Arugula Beet Salad This salad is so simple to put together!  Arugula and beet were made for each other, the peppery greens and sweet root compliment each other perfectly with a sprinkling of feta, sunflower seeds, oil, salt & pepper. 1 large beet (cooked and peeled)1 bunch arugula2 oz feta cheese2 tbsp sunflower seeds1 tbsp olive oilsalt + pepper [...]

March 3rd, 2020|Categories: Greens, Recipies|

Green House Build – July 2018 – Feb 2019

We started this idea we has about the farm back in 2009, but it wasn't until the fall of 2017 through our friend Erin that we were able to realize our ideas into what we have today. Erin set us on a path to incorporate hydroponics on our farm and a way to eventually make a full time income [...]

February 28th, 2020|Categories: Farm|

Seed or Weed?

Weeds, the bane of all gardeners. Late Spring has arrived and it is time to plant the garden. A few days later, small sprouts emerge from the ground but so does the weeds. One of the tough or tricky things to do is knowing the difference between your sprouts and a weed. How can you identify your seedlings and [...]

February 28th, 2020|Categories: Gardening|