Our radish seedlings a few weeks back.
With the cool spring we’ve been having many of our crops are growing slowly, but our radishes are thriving!
This unique abundance sent us searching the web for recipes–what do you do with so many radishes anyway? Here are links to what we found (and an idea of our own).
Radishes with Butter and Sea Salt
Roasted Radishes with Radish Greens
Buttered Radishes with a Poached Egg
Deviled Eggs with Radishes
For a simple and surprisingly lovely side dish, slice radishes thinly, sauté in melted butter. Cook them to your taste, about 5-10 minutes.
When you buy a share in the Kranz Hill Farm CSA you receive not only a share in the harvest for the season, but also a share in the life of the farm.
Those who are so inclined are welcome to put on some gloves and dig in. There will be formal and informal talks about our current practices and past experiments.
In addition to the work and the science, there is in farming a deep love of the land – its subtlety and beauty, its ways and surprises. Come watch the sunrise over the misty woods. Meet the birds and foxes that call our fields home. Enjoy a picnic lunch under a shady tree.
There is a little spot of land in northern Delaware just waiting for you to fall in love with it.
When we welcome you to our farm, we are welcoming you to participate in the reality of a working farm.
Welcome to the Kranz Hill Farm.