Tomato Mountain Farm

Featured Crops

To see photos, recipes and storage tips for our full lineup of crops, see the list to the right 
or our crop calendar.wh

Below are a few of the crops featured in our current CSA boxes.

<a href=http://www.tomatomountain.com/content/14196>Broccoli</a>

Nutrition-dense, flavorful, and fun to eat! Broccoli is a hearty, versatile vegetable, and ours tastes nothing like the mass-produce frozen stuff you may have eaten as a kid.

Eating Clean Recipes: Roasted Broccoli

The Noble Pig: Grilled Broccoli and Lemons

101 Cookbooks: Double-Broccoli Quinoa

<a href=http://www.tomatomountain.com/content/14238>Winter Squash</a>

Our two varieties of winter squash--acorn and butternut--are staples of colder-weather menus. We'll be roasting, scooping, and pureeing some squash to freeze for boxes well into the winter. In the meantime, try these:

Spoon/Fork/Bacon: Maple Glazed roasted Acorn Squash

Martha Stewart: Twice-Baked Butternut Squash 

<a href=http://www.tomatomountain.com/content/14221>Lettuce</a>

Lettuce doesn't get a bad rap so much as a mediocre one; it's used as filler, imagined to be the unpleasant side-dish to a hearty meal. But our CSA members know that's false: lettuce can serve as the centerpiece for a meal, taste delicious, and be elevated to main-course status. Fill with taco or spring roll fillings for a simple meal, or even give it a turn as your wilted green in a stir-fry.
 

Martha Stewart: Grilled Simple Ceasar Salad 

The Food Addicts: Beef and Shiitake Lettuce Wraps (Also great with crumbled tofu instead of beef.)
 
TMF's Sheila: Braised Lettuce (PDF)
 
See our Lettuce page for a list of great salad dressings, too!