Category Archives: vegetables

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Carrot Tops

I got a beautiful mess of small orange and red carrots from my CSA last week…sadly one of the last shares of the season…and the green feathery tops were so lush and verdant, I just couldn’t cut them off and … Continue reading

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Friday, September 5th, 2014

5 Things You Can and Should Eat Before Summer is (truly) Over

Just because it’s September, and the interweb wants us to snap out of our seaside reveries and focus on things like school supplies, hurricane season, and New York Fashion Week, doesn’t mean I’m going to let it have its way. … Continue reading

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Monday, September 1st, 2014

Labor Day Salad

HAPPY LABOR DAY! If you’re been invited to a bbq, or are just planning on celebrating at home, I wanted to share a great KEEPERS recipe that is pretty much the perfect summer salad (in my opinion). It’s our watermelon-cucumber … Continue reading

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Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Put A Pickle On It

Last week I went to pick up my CSA share and was given four pounds of cucumbers. Four pounds! Luckily I love cukes. As a child they were the only vegetable I would eat, probably because they taste less like … Continue reading

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Monday, June 9th, 2014

Hip to be Square

I’ve always been a fan of composed salads: The kind where you display your ingredients separately and in a single-layer, rather than combined and tossed in a bowl. Certain classic salads lend themselves well to this—like a Cobb or chef’s … Continue reading

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