Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Although the total time required to complete this recipe is estimated at 45 minutes, baked shells re-heat well. Make these when time allows, and then serve them for a week night dinner along with a side salad of arugula or any other salad green. Also, substitute Swiss...

Radish Butter

Enjoy radish butter on toast or crackers. This recipe, which is one of my favorites, was inspired by a fellow-sharer, whose name I don’t know. She gave me the idea while we sorted through cured squash for the winter share pick-up during our work-for-share hours....

Mushroom Salad with Parsley, Lemon, and Parmesan

We haven’t started growing mushrooms. But this salad features one of our popular herbs. Although a salad that contains mostly raw mushrooms may seem odd, this one is delicious: give it a try! Light and bright, it’s quick to toss together on a busy week...

Arugula and Bacon Frittata

Peppery arugula gives this frittata a fresh taste. You can substitute other greens, such as spinach or Swiss chard, if you like. Enjoy it for breakfast or dinner with a side of roasted potatoes to make a more complete meal. Get children involved with cooking by...

Pasta Shells with Escarole, Sausage, and Cheese

This recipe calls for escarole, but you could substitute Swiss chard or spinach for an equally delicious dish. Inspired by Bon Appetit, March 2003 Makes 4 servings Ingredients: 1 large head of escarole (or Swiss chard or 2 bunches of spinach), cut into 1” ribbons 16...

Kerry’s Beet Burgers

When Assistant Farm Manager Kerry Beyrer cooks, she wings it. Quantities aren’t important in this recipe, which is one of her favorites. Ingredients Grated beets Grated carrots Diced onion Diced garlic Eggs Rolled oats Basil, parsley, or whatever herbs are ready...