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This Week’s CSA Haul / Previous Boxes

In the Box 7.11.14 + Community Seafood

Hope you had a Happy 4th! We took last Friday off and resume this week with: From Community Seafood: White Seabass; Weiser Family Farms: Sugar ...

In the Box 6.27.14

Shear Rock Farms: baby greens, radishes; Etheridge Organics: apricots, plums; Rancho La Familia: celery head, lettuce head; Moua’s Farm: summer squash, eggplant, Chinese broccoli, Shanghai bok choy, ...

In the Box 6.20.14

Moua’s Farm: patty pan squash, yellow zucchini, green zucchini, green beans, Chinese broccoli, assorted heirloom tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, Shanghai bok choy, basil; Shear Rock ...

At The Natural History Museum / Learn More

Brewing Compost Teas!!

To illustrate the magic of compost teas, and how biology can trump chemistry when it comes to feeding plants and preventing pests, we’re brewing ...

Brassica Garden Planted!

As a cool-weather crop, every winter, brassicas take center stage in edible gardens across Los Angeles.  Brassicas can be challenging here, particularly when Jan ...

Juicer’s Garden Planted!

With my totally awesome farmhand, Andrew, we finished planting the Juicer’s Garden at the Natural History Museum of LA today.   The 1′ band ...

Latest Recipes / View Recipes

Quinoa Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh is a Middle Eastern salad that’s typically made with bulgur, which is a form of wheat. But you can substitute different grains for ...

Chow Chow

I got together with my good friend, John Barrentine, to make chow chow last week and I just had to share the recipe for ...

Green Salad with Grapes, Avocado, and Toasted Pecans

Here’s an easy and delicious salad that can be mixed up in a few minutes and makes a simple, light lunch or an elegant ...