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Beet Burgers

Guest post from Dan Jones Personally, my go-to when preparing our crushed velvet colored friends is roasting them or pan frying. Beets are wonderful in this form for breakfast lunch and/or dinner. However, this method of preparation can get a little monotonous. It was with this thought that I sought Read more

By City Commons, ago
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Feel the Beet!

I’ll admit it, I grew up not liking beets.  My mom didn’t like them, and the only time I ever saw them was at the salad bar at Ruby Tuesday, where if you put them on your plate they would make everything red.  Gross!  I thought. But then again, everything Read more

By City Commons, ago
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Thanksgiving Box 2013

The Thanksgiving Box is SOOOO BIG it took 2 pictures to contain it all: And now for the break down: Garlic from Buffalo Street Farm Salad Mix from Vinewood Knoll Swiss Chard from Farnsworth Sunchokes from Farnsworth Kale from Fansworth, Vinewood Knoll, Singing Tree, and Buffalo Street Potatoes from Buffalo Read more

By City Commons, ago
Storing the Harvest

2013 Storage Share

Here’s what is in your storage share, along with tips to store it: The farmers of City Commons salute your wisdom in buying a storage share. This box of goodies will keep you eating delicious, organic food into the fall and maybe even winter months. Below find a few tips Read more

By City Commons, ago
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2013 Week 15

Here’s what’s in your box this week: Green Beans from Vinewood Knoll, Singing Tree Gardens, and Buffalo Street Peppers from Vinewood Knoll, Buffalo Street, Farnsworth You’ll have A LOT of peppers this week.  If you can’t use them all at once, just slice them up and stick them in a Read more

By City Commons, ago
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2013 Week 14

This is another one of those transition weeks, between our summer and fall crops.  You might remember a similar transition a couple months ago between our spring and summer crops.  It’ll make your box a little light for a week or two, but we figure that’ll just give you time Read more

By City Commons, ago
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Upland Cress

In season  through late spring, upland cress is similar in appearance to its better-known cousin, watercress, but boasts a deeper pungency that would be a shame to miss. A member of the mustard family, upland cress packs a sharp, peppery heat more akin in flavor to horseradish than the tea Read more

By Wholesale Test, ago