(It's easy to identify our produce in the store as the price signs
above our veggies have GREEN trim)
garlic - Russian Red
hot peppers -habanero, jalapeno, cayenne
kale - come try our kale chips!
NEW potatoes - red & white
(large and small)
Note: our potatoes are hiding under a cover because we don't use "bud nip" spray!
cucumbers for slicing
gourds of all kinds and sizes
Fruits from other farms:
NH golden delicious apples
NH red delicious apples
NH McIntosh apples
NH cortland apples
NH McCoun apples
NH gala apples
NH empire apples
NH Rome apples...plus more varieties
These little sputnik-shaped vegetables can be eaten raw or cooked, and taste a lot like broccoli stems. The word kohlrabi is German for cabbage turnip (kohl as in cole-slaw, and rübe for turnip) though kohlrabi is more related to cabbage and cauliflower than to root vegetables. We usually eat them raw, just peeled, sliced and added to a salad, but they are also delicious cooked.
T's favorite way...quick and easy: Peel 'em, julienne 'em,
saute 'em with garlic & onions. Then drizzle 'em with Three Acre Farm balsamic vinaigrette and some of our maple syrup! Yummy!
Or try this recipe ~
KOHLRABI & APPLE SLAW with CREAMY COLESLAW DRESSING
1/4 cup cream
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/2 tablespoon good mustard
1/2 teaspoon sugar
Salt & pepper to taste - go easy here
Fresh mint, chopped
1 pound fresh kohlrabi, trimmed, peeled, grated or cut into batons
2 apples, peeled, grated or cut into batons (try to keep equivalent volumes of kohlrabi: apple)
Whisk cream into light pillows - this takes a minute or so, no need to get out a mixer. Stir in remaining dressing ingredients, the kohlrabi and apple. Serve immediately.