Monthly Archives: September 2010

Fresh, fast early fall idea: Corn Salsa

I’ve had a bag full of 9 or so ears of corn sitting in my fridge and it’s been stressing me out. If only I could always be so lucky to have this problem all the time. It’s perfect, northeast … Continue reading

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La Rentree: Tips for aspiring lunch bringers

It’s the season of “la rentree”- a French term for the time in late August and early September when we collectively go back to school or back to work (or in my case, as a grad student who works full … Continue reading

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Summer of Plum

One of the great things about joining a CSA is that you never quite know what you are going to get. While I feel like I more or less know what vegetables are in season when in New York State, … Continue reading

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Celebrating Our Summer CSA

It’s been a busy CSA summer, and hence, no new entry for almost two months. Rest assured we’ve been cooking up a storm to deal with our weekly supply of farm fresh vegetables, fruit and eggs. Now with the focus … Continue reading

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