Recipes

A huge variety of recipes using all these crazy and delicious veggies from Farmer Jim!

Tuscan Stir-fry

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My recipes are very loose but should give you an idea Over a medium heat: 1 – 2 cloves of chopped garlic.  Saute in a T of olive oil.  Add a pinch of red pepper flakes.  Cook the garlic until tender do not brown Add a package of mushrooms, broken up roughly.  Saute for a couple of minutes Add a bunch of cleaned and torn swiss chard, or kale or combo Cook until wilted. Stir and mix as this is cooking Add half  to a cup of sun dried tomatoes and toss into the swiss chard and mushroom mixture Add cooked chopped steak, sausage or chicken untill warm – toss that around to mix...

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Zucchini Quesadilla

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From our shareholder Christie: Zucchini goes great in quesadillas!  Slice them long ways, salt and drain for 20 minutes, then season with salt, pepper, and Parmesan cheese and saute in very small amt olive oil.  Layer in a tortilla with black beans and pepper or mushrooms, or chicken or steak!  I bet you could also do a zucchini Parmesan.

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Deconstructed Cabbage Rolls

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Chop the cabbage, top with sautéed onions, put a tomato sauce over and the pre-cooked meat on top of that in the crockpot.  Leave it for three or four hours on low. Serve over rice. There is probably a recipe, but any stuffed cabbage recipe could be adapted. Saves the time of rolling them up and, in the end, it all tastes the same. From Rose & Brian Godfrey, shareholders and purveyors of fine pasture-raised meats and eggs through their CSA (see the link on the left-hand side of the...

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Cabbage Roll Two-Way

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Grandma’s Stuffed Cabbages. (adapted by Rick & Janet from a Cooks.com recipe) I head cabbage (large leaves) 1 lb. ground meat 1/2 cup cooked minute rice 1 small chopped raw onion 1 raw egg. Sauce ingredients: tomato soup 1 can water brown sugar, to taste garlic powder, to taste Parboil whole cabbage, in large pot of water.  Mix above filling ingredients together.  Form into a ball and wrap leaf around it.  Place ball closest to stem end of leaf, roll once, fold one side over roll, then the other and continue rolling in this fashion.  Place in large casserole dish, seam...

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Tasty Tangy Slaw

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The tangy dressing in this slaw goes well with meat broiled or BBQ outdoors.  If you are cooking farther from home than your own backyard or patio, try the plastic bag method of “tossing” the slaw.  In one plastic bag or bowl place the cabbage mixture.  In a smaller plastic bag place the dressing.  Right before serving the slaw, pour the dressing into the bag or bowl and gently work it until the salad greens are coated. Combine the following ingredients and mix thoroughly: 1 cup mayonnaise                                       ...

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Broiled Beet Slices in Maple-Teriyaki Sauce

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1 bunch beets, scrubbed and trimmed            ¼ cup butter 2 tablespoons maple syrup                                1 tablespoon garlic, minced 1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger                      1 tablespoon soy sauce or tamari Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Place the beets in a small roasting pan with ½ cup of water. Cover with foil and bake until the beets are easily pierced with a sharp knife, 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on size. Remove from the oven and allow them to cool enough to handle. Slip off the skins and cut into ¼ inch...

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