Cabbage Steaks

One of my favorite things to do with cabbage is to turn it into cabbage steaks. It is such a simple way to turn cabbage into a gourmet side dish. Almost every time I make this, people remark on how tasty it is. Cooking to impress others doesn’t have to be your goal, but it’s … Read more

10 Things I’ve Learned In 10 Years Of Farming

As we embark on our 10th Season, I’ve started to think about what I’ve learned over the years. It feels good to have reached this milestone. Each season presents unique challenges, but sometimes patterns and common themes emerge. This list is about those common themes and the lessons learned from them. I hope it gives … Read more

2021: A Memorable Year

Winter Greetings Fresh Food Fans!  I hope you are all finding time to rest, reflect, and move into the new year with gratitude, peace, and purpose. This time of year I get a chance to think about the past season and give you all an account of how it went. For many reasons, it was … Read more

Meeting the Challenge of 2020

Greetings food fans! I hope you are all finding time to rest, reflect, and move into the new year with gratitude, peace, and purpose. While the 2020 season was full of unprecedented challenges, it was also a year of farm resiliency, milestones, and abundance. Responding to the Pandemic By mid March the farm crew and … Read more

How to Make Vegetable Stock

Have you ever wondered how to make vegetable stock? It turns out that you can use just about all of your veggie trimmings from the CSA for stock making. Here’s a little step-by-step guide for getting the most out of your CSA shares. Soon you’ll be enjoying extra nutrients in your rice and delicious soups. … Read more

Raspberry Pancakes

Here’s a recipe I’ve been meaning to put up for awhile. If you can keep from eating your raspberries until you get home, you may get a chance to make delicious raspberry pancakes! Also, this recipe explains how to soak the flour in kefir so that the pancakes are easier to digest. This recipe is … Read more

2019 In Review

2019 marked Tinicum CSA’s 7th season, and it was another successful year for your farm. Unpredictable weather remained a challenge, but we were fortunate to have less rain than last year. Still, Climate Change remained a daily conversation topic on the farm. Cooler than usual temperatures in early August slowed down the summer crops of tomatoes … Read more