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Roasted Fish and Fennel Fronds

Fennel leaves (or fronds, if you’re fancy) are a really good seasoning for fish. Tilapia, salmon, or even self-caught bass or bluegills work in this simple recipe: Fish Roasted on Fennel Fronds Serves 4 4 medium-sized fish fillets (or whole, cleaned fish) 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice 1/2 cup olive Read more

By City Commons, ago
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Mint Yogurt Sauce

This sauce is great on lamb chops, as a dip for anything fried, or as a condiment on a sandwich: Ingredients: 1/2 cup fresh mint leaves 1/2 cup fresh cilantro 1 clove garlic 1 tbsp lime juice 1/2 cup of plain yogurt 1 tsp salt (or to taste) 1/2 tsp Read more

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Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a great time to celebrate lots of things: family, friends, and the foods of the season. We want to thank all of our CSA members for supporting us doing our 2012 season. If you’d like to eat lots of Detroit grown produyoungest Thanksgiving you should sign up for Read more

By City Commons, ago
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Green Tomato and Corn Slaw

This quick and easy slaw is great thrown on top of tacos, quesadillas, or just mixed with some guacamole. 2 ears of corn One large green tomato or 2 medium 2 tablespoons red onion diced paper-thin Handful fresh cilantro 1 teaspoon lemon or lime juice 3 tablespoons rice vinegar drizzle Read more

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How to join our CSA

So you love food and Detroit and support local folks and now you’re ready to sign up?  All you need to do is print out this handy dandy sign up sheet, fill it out, attach a check and mail it to Buffalo Street Farm 13703 Buffalo St Detroit MI, 48212

By City Commons, ago
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Planting a Squash Patch

Squash (zucchini, pumpkins, acorn squash, etc…) and melons love to roam.  Their tendrils stretch far and wide to cover as much space as possible.  Often in urban areas space is limited so they are not as easily grown.  But that is not an issue at the Bakery Lot, one of Read more

By City Commons, ago
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What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture is a fantastic way for people who care about local food, sustainable agriculture and revitalizing the local economy to get directly involved in making it a reality. CSA members support the farms by buying seasonal “shares” that provide them with vegetables and other farm products. Members receive Read more

By City Commons, ago