Veggie Guides

Broccoli Bonanza

Broccoli is a staple crop at our farm and a nutritional powerhouse, packed with vitamin A, C, calcium, potassium, and ...
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Hard to Handle

We grow three crops on our farm that we consider “fringe vegetables”: the kind of veggies our chefs love (and ...
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Zesty Zucchini Ideas

Zucchini is a staple crop for us in summer. It is available at the end of June through September with ...
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All The Alliums

Alliums are the plant family that includes all the onion-like crops we grow (and actually hundreds of species of cultivated, ...
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Amazing Asian Greens

We grow a wide variety of greens at our farm. Some of them are familiar and relatively easy to use, ...
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Lots o’ Leafy Greens

We grow a lot of different greens at our farm, and many of them can be used interchangeably. This resource ...
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Kohlrabi Krazy

Here in Marathon County, we live in what I like to call Kohlrabi Country. In most of the United States ...
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Veggie Guide: Cucumbers

Cucumbers are a well loved summer vegetable at our farm available late June- September. The length of the season is ...
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Colorful Carrots

Cattails Carrots are famous… or at least we like to think so. Maybe it's because they’re sweet and crunchy (and ...
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Bountiful Beets

Lasting from late May through early March, beet season is one of the longest seasons at our farm. Beets are ...
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Totally Tomatoes

Tomatoes are something we love and grow a lot of every year! Farm fans, customers and CSA members can expect ...
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Pepper Party

At our farm we grow a variety of sweet and hot peppers including Bell Peppers (green, purple, red and orange), ...
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Tips and Tricks

Grilling Through The Seasons

Peak summer is a most magical grilling season here in Wisconsin, conjuring up images of sweet corn, zucchini, peppers, and ...
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Snacking Through The Seasons

There is nothing more straight forward than combining fresh, crunchy veggies with a tasty dip, but sometimes we need a ...
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Building Better Salads

A skill any CSA member, local food enthusiast, or farmers' market customer needs to master is the art of the ...
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The Art of the Sheet Pan Meal

If you haven't heard of sheet pan dinners before, prepare for your life to get a whole lot easier (and ...
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Recipes

Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette

This is a great, all-purpose slightly sweet salad dressing. It is wonderful on leaf and butterhead lettuce, spinach and massaged ...
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Sunshine Salad Dressing

Very barely adapted from Cookie & Kate I love the food blog Cookie and Kate. It offers accessible, easy, and ...
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Massaged Kale Salad

Adapted from Epicurious This salad, like most of the recipes shared on our site, is incredibly versatile. Once you learn ...
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