Chard and Spinach Salad with Chicken

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One bunch Swiss chard (4 leaves)
Two generous handfuls of fresh spinach
3-4 red cherry tomatoes
1 grilled chicken breast
1/4 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
Oregano, apple cider vinegar, and extra virgin olive oil to taste

Cut out the Swill chard stalks and set them aside, since they will not be used in this salad. Cut up all greens, the tomatoes and chicken breast. Add Parmesan, vinegar, olive oil and toss to mix. Taste the result because between the chicken breast and the Parmesan, you most probably will not need to add any salt.

Recipe courtesy of CSA friend Fairy Godmother

Yogurt and cucumbers dip/dressing/soup

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This is a traditional Bulgarian summer soup (called tarator). It is very similar to Greek Tzatziki (can buy premade at various stores,including Costco)

2 cloves garlic, minced finely (optional; san use green garlic instead as well)
1/2 tsp. salt
plain yogurt (strained if you want to make a dip)
2 cucumbers, peeled, seeded and diced
chopped walnuts (optional)
chopped fresh dill

Combine  garlic, salt, cucumber ; blend the yogurt and chopped fresh dill. Chill for at least two hours before serving.
We eat it as soup (add some water); you can dip veggies in it or use it as dressing for green salads

Picture courtesy of Google Pics

June 4, 2013 fullshare

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red beets, spring onions, radish, chard,
zucchini, lettuce, strawberries,
collards, asian greens

Spinach and grains soup

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  • Washed and cut spinach (2-3 bunches)
  • One large onion chopped
  • 1 carrot diced
  • 1 cup of rice (or bulgur / quinoa / other grain)
  • Oil and salt to taste ; sour cream/ heavy cream/ yogrut /feta cheese (optional)

Put all ingredients in a pot (shown above). Add water and boil until grain is done (~30min). Add sour cream or heavy cream at the end. Goes well when served with yogurt / feta cheese crumbs.

Super healthy smoothie

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1 apple
1 orange
1 cup organic baby spinach
1/2 lemon- just the juice
5 leaves Swiss/ rainbow chards, no stems
3 leaves kale, no stems
1/4 cucumber
1 strawberry for garnish

I mixed it in a regular blender, and was just wonderful. Very healthy and energetic.If you use
vitamix, the results probably would be outstanding.

Recepie and picture courtesy of CSA friend Lina

 

May 28, 2013 fullshare

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english and/or american cucumbers,
pink turnips, kale, chard, collards, green onions,
broccoli, strawberries

Vitamin-and-fibre-rich Smoothie

kale smoothie kale and organe juice smoothie

3-4 servings
1 cup water
1 tbsp. flax seed flour
1 cup orange juice
1 handful of kale
1 celery stalk
1 Granny Smith apple
1 large organic carrot

Add all ingredients to high-speed blender jar in order listed and secure lid. Select “Whole Juice” or process until smooth.

Recipe and pictures courtesy of CSA friend Fiary Godmother

Open House at Fair Ridge Farms on July 13,2013

 You are invited to visit three or more contiguous farms on Fair Ridge! Learn about sustainable agriculture! See first hand how farming is done off the grid!
Guided walking tours thru fields and barns, see horse powered equipment in use! Visit the new ICE house!
First tour at noon, second tour starts at 5pm. Tours will be approx 2 hours long, with uneven terrain. At 4pm, herdshare members (and those interested if space available) can see milking by hand at Scott’s 100% grassfed dairy!! Weston A. Price compliant and similiar to Joel Salatin’s Polyface Farm!! All parking at 7066 Fair Ridge Rd Hillsboro, Ohio 45133~~ after the open house there is an overnight camp out and drum circle at Adam’s 🙂

French Breakfast Radish Tartines

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  • 1 bunch French breakfast radishes ( I assume you can use any type of radish)
  • 1 small loaf of Whole Grain bread, cut into (1/4-inch thick) slices or 1 French Baguette halved lengthwise and each half cut crosswise into 4 pieces
  • good quality unsalted butter, room temperature (you can use goat cheese or any other creamy cheese you like, instead)
  • coarse sea salt
  • parsley (optional)

Cut bread into 1/2 inch slices (you can toast the bread if you would like). Slice radishes as thinly as possible. Spread a layer of butter on the bread and arrange the radish slices on top. Sprinkle with coarse sea salt and chopped parsley.

(the butter and the salt together almost eliminate the spiciness of the radishes and this easy sandwich makes a great snack for kids of all ages).

May 21, 2013 fullshare

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kale,spinach,red radishes,cucumbers,

broccoli,chard,oak leaf lettuce,green onions, thyme,
white turnips, green garlic

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