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December CSA

2021-02-10T13:02:10-08:00Uncategorized|

December CSA Did you know that our winter greens in the hoop houses can withstand freezing and thawing? Month two of the Rainshadow Organics CSA is tomorrow. We are excited to see you all! Did you know that our winter greens in the hoop houses can withstand freezing and thawing?

November on the Farm

2021-01-14T08:11:50-08:00Uncategorized|

November on the Farm November has passed in a blur. The rain and snow arrived just as we delivered our first Winter CSA. How timely. It is a good reminder that Rainshadow Organics is driven by the sun, water, and length of day. Without these seasonal changes tomatoes wouldn't be

Classic Autumn Bolognese

2020-11-04T12:28:20-08:00Recipes|

Classic Autumn Bolognese Customer Appreciation Day: Saturday, 10/24 Okay, since it’s Halloween, I begrudgingly concede to autumn. As summer melts away, everything starts to smell and look like a pumpkin spice latte, and I am pretty sure I saw a Christmas tree up in someone’s window. Since I don’t

Deconstructed Ratatouille

2020-10-23T13:39:13-08:00Recipes|

Deconstructed Ratatouille Customer Appreciation Day: Saturday, 10/24 Tonight will be the first freeze here in Central Oregon… (maybe just Bend?) and I am so sad to see the beautiful weather go. When warm summer off-the-vine tomatoes stop, is life even worth living, you say? Surprisingly, yes! (speculation). There is so

Grilled Fried Rice

2020-09-28T14:42:31-08:00Recipes|

Grilled Fried Rice And here is another installment of “Don’t toss it out! Toss it up!” People always throw away radish greens, and it makes me sad because they are tender, spicy, sweet, and a perfect compliment to any dish as a radish would be. I

BLT Zucchini Pasta

2020-09-28T14:25:33-08:00Recipes|

BLT Zucchini Pasta Most people say by the end of summer, “Sarahlee! Please, I cannot eat all this zucchini! Why more!? No more!” Summer Squash is coming out of our ears come August and September, and I say, “BRING IT ON.” It is so mild and

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