Mixed Greens Blog

Mixed Greens Blog
Living Sustainably in the Pacific Northwest

07
April
2015

It’s Back at the Market: Asparagus (0)

To every thing there is a season and asparagus says Spring in the Northwest like no other vegetable. The highly anticipated arrival of local asparagus at the University District Farmers Market signals the floodgates are opening and from here on out, there will be new and exciting produce arriving every week. Those of us who […]

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In The Garden »

Green Beans & Julia’s Salad Niçoise
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The livin’ is pretty easy at the moment with mid-summer vegetables in full swing.  Green beans, for example, are like a pair of summer sandals, culinarily speaking – they’re laid back, slip easily into any meal, and, like a comfy sandal, they make you feel good (vitamin C, iron, protein and potassium). A couple of […]

Local Living »

Get Started: Plant Some Greens
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Vegetable starts, I love you. For years, I was under the illusion that since planting seeds takes longer, I should garden the slow way. Now I know better. Don’t get me wrong, planting seeds is a great option, especially if you want a particular variety or if you plan to do successive planting. For my […]

Local Vendors »

Feast of Field and Stream, A Farm to Table Dinner
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Labor Day Weekend plans? We thought we’d entice you with this farm to table dinner in the Methow Valley next weekend. They’ll serve a sumptuous meal of locally grown and harvested food in a breathtakingly beautiful setting. And do they have summer! Go get some while it lasts. Feast of Field and Stream, Farm to Table […]

Season's Eatings »

Bittersweet Beginnings & How to Roast a Pepper
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I don’t know if I’m even ready to talk about the fact that the light is changing, Labor Day is behind us and before we know it we’ll be clad from head to toe in polar fleece. And to think that I only wore my bathing suit twice this summer — but maybe that’s a […]