How to make Stir-fry without a recipe

Stir-fry is the perfect dish to throw together with any extra vegetable you may have from market or your CSA. Greens, roots, radishes, peppers, eggplants, cabbage just about anything will work even thinly sliced winter squash. Start by cutting everything into uniform pieces. The key is cooking everything quickly on high heat, so thin [...]

How to make Stir-fry without a recipe2020-01-01T11:58:09-05:00

How to cook your greens without a recipe

Fresh greens are abundant here at Highland Heights Farm. Throughout the year we usually have lettuce, and a great variety of other greens like kale, mizuna, arugula, mustard greens, bok choy, swiss chard, and dandelion greens. All of the greens can be enjoyed raw and cooked. Simple sautéd greens are a great side at [...]

How to cook your greens without a recipe2020-01-01T11:45:05-05:00

Red Leaf Lettuce – Why is it healthier?

As a lettuce and greens grower, we love color! It is nice to see a burst of color from our red lettuce amongst the sea of green in our grow systems. Growing  red lettuce doesn't come without its problems. First and foremost though is how long it takes to grow compared with its green [...]

Red Leaf Lettuce – Why is it healthier?2019-11-26T14:57:59-05:00

Adriana Lettuce – a dark green butterhead

Adriana is a dark green butterhead lettuce. This lettuce develops into a full dense head lettuce with good flavor to match. Flavor profile Creamy soft tender texture and flavor. Common uses Gorgeous leafy rosettes are as good eating as they are delightful to look at. They are also sometimes called ”Boston” or “limehead” lettuces. [...]

Adriana Lettuce – a dark green butterhead2019-11-11T21:33:22-05:00

Black-Seeded Simpson Lettuce

Black-Seeded Simpson lettuce is a popular ruffled leaf lettuce with tender leaves that have outstanding flavor. Simpson is a good source of vitamin A and potassium, as well as a minor source for several other vitamins and nutrients. Flavor profile Popular standard green, with a light, sweet taste. Common uses The leaves of this [...]

Black-Seeded Simpson Lettuce2019-11-11T21:21:40-05:00
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