Tag: spring

Greens in Your Smoothie to Live for All Harvest Long

Here at Belly Acres in Colorado, we trust nature to inform us about rhythms and combinations. Produce that plays well together often shows up together in the fields—the pesto times of herbs and tender spring garlic; the salsa times of tomatoes, peppers, onions, and garlic bulbs; and the stew pot times of apples, all the […]

Spring CSA: One Woman, One Story

Welcome to Spring! After a long, hard winter, it’s truly a relief to feel warmth seeping into earth’s bones and emerging as life irrepressible once again. With spring’s resurrection of a lush growing season ahead for most of the country, I’m happy to announce renewed vigor in our blog this year with fantastic new writers, […]

The Glories of Green Garlic

In recent weeks, as the produce offerings at your local farmers market or grocery store (or even your first CSA boxes, which are appearing in many parts of the country now) transition into spring, you may have seen some rather wildly curved stalks with whippy things on the ends crop up in huge piles. These […]

A Coming of Spring: Rhubarb

You know that spring has sprung when you start seeing the huge crimson or rose-blush stalks of rhubarb laid out on the farmers market table, or perhaps vigorously growing in your own garden beneath enormous leaves. In the Western Hemisphere, rhubarb typically comes into season during April and May, making it one of the first fresh […]

Awakening with Asparagus

Few vegetables represent spring as definitively as asparagus, with its tender shoots poking out of the moist, dark earth to meet the warm sun and lengthening days. This perennial garden favorite is a member of the lily family, one that is harvested in an all-too-brief season. Most commonly cultivated is the familiar green asparagus, but […]

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