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What the Heck do I do with all these Greens?!

Depending on who you talk to, they’re either going to rave about all the uses for greens such as Swiss Chard, Kale, Arugula and Spinach, or they’re going to tell you to GET-THAT-AWAY-I-DON’T-WANT-ANYMORE.

We’re lucky to live in a climate where most months of the year many greens are available! 

It can be as simple as…


+Making a Salad

+Throwing in a Smoothie

+Chopping into a soup

+Adding it to a meat pie

+So much more!

Here’s some recipes to get your mouth watering and the recipe ideas churning!

Swiss Chard;

+Sauted Swiss Chard with Onions from Epicurious

+Swiss Chard Double Crust Pizza from Canadian Living


+Keilbasa and White Bean Soup with Kale from Reformation Acres




(Photo Credit Reformation Acres)

+How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Eat. from the Huffington Post


+Arugula Pesto from Simply Recipes

+Roasted Sweet Potato, Goat Cheese and Arugula Sandwich from The Kitchn


(Photo Credit the Kitchn)


+Spinach, Bacon, Onion and Hard Boiled Egg Salad from the Pioneer Woman

+Garlic Sauteed Spinach from the Food Network

Okay…I’m hungry…how about you?!


At the Saturday Market April 12th

Everyone around the farm is a busy bee planting, tending greenhouses, seedlings and fields. New lambs are bounding around while the new Mums enjoy a bit of grass.

As always, the farm stand is open 10am-5 pm at 2521 Northend Road and the freezers have a bounty of meat! Whole chickens (Check this out for how to cut up your own!), various cuts of Lamb and Pork, as well as jams, jellies, relishes, soap and Wendi’s Sea Salt can be found.

By the end of Market season last year, theres some serious Market burn out going on, but we’re fresh into this new season with delicious goodies and produce to be had!


This week you’ll find the following breads made by Sally;

-Zopf, a braided swiss bread

-Foccacia, delicious herbed flat bread

-Pesto Wreathes

-Regular Round Loaves

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While it’s just the beginning of the season, new green growth is coming and we’re able to enjoy this early garden givings;

-Sally’s Salad Greens Mix (Try one of these salad dressings)


-Swiss Chard

Also to be found…

-Preserves such as jams, jellies and relishes.

-Wendi’s Salt Spring Sea Salt, Black Horse Apiary Honey and Plant Starts!

Easters’s almost upon us, and here’s a neat recipe for Kale Cobb Salad

to use the decorated hard boiled eggs! Check it out, and don’t let the decorated eggs go to waste.

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