Tag Archives: Herbn’ Farm NW

English Peas, Asparagus, Cauliflower – Oh My!

  The deal was too good to pass up “2 pounds of English peas for $1.” The old saying is true “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” Two pounds of English peas equaled two cups … Continue reading

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What the Hell is Romanesco

Walking through market I couldn’t believe Romanesco was 3 for $1. I happily picked two. When I turned to finish my shopping a gentleman asked me “What the hell it is?” I replied “It’s a hybrid of a cauliflower and … Continue reading

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What the Hell is Rutabaga

I have heard of rutabaga over the years but can’t ever recall having one. Needless to say, it became a culinary challenge. I quickly learned two things: one, a rutabaga is as a cross between the cabbage and the turnip … Continue reading

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Basil Pesto with Orzo

I wanted to call this post “The Beautiful Domino Effect”, but one thing I learned about blogging is food posts deserve food names. Tonight’s dinner came into place as I noticed that the basil was going south. I then spotted … Continue reading

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Baingan Bharta

Looking at the eggplant from my Imperfect Produce box, my first thought was eggplant parmesan. Then again, I knew I would be the only one eating it in my house. So, instead I had the idea to make Baingan Bharta. … Continue reading

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