Stacey Boyd

I'm a follower of Jesus, wife, homeschool mom of four fabulous kids - two sons and twin daughters, Bible teacher, and pursuer of healthy lifestyles. I host a Herb and Plow CSA pick up location because I love fresh from the farm, organic fruits and veggies, and love that my friends, family, and neighbors can participate at a great price.

Zucchini Noodles

Many of you might have owned one for quite a while, but I just purchased a veggie spiral noodle gadget and I’m in LOVE !! Mine is just a small handheld model because I wanted to try out the concept before I invested in a fancier version, but now that’s …

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Creative Cooking with Zucchini and Squash

I love using the CSA veggies to try some new recipes, and I’ve tried a couple with the zucchini and squash that received rave reviews from my family, so I thought I would share them with you all. I don’t really measure when cooking, so I’m just guessing at the …

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Tomatoes with a Twist

Summer tomatoes are one of my favorite things… tomato sandwiches, in salads, or sliced as a side dish with basically everything!! Since we are getting so many yummy tomatoes in our CSA shares, and with the fresh basil in our last box, I thought I’d share a very simple recipe …

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Quick & Easy Asian Slaw

This week’s boxes have cabbage so it’s the perfect time to try this quick and easy slaw! ASIAN SLAW 1 small head cabbage – shredded 4 green onions – chopped 1 package Ramen Noodles (crushed – crush before opening the package – discard seasoning pack) 1 small package sunflower seeds …

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Glorious Cauliflower Crust Pizza

I’m so excited about the 2017 CSA season and all the fabulous veggies! I love trying new recipes and experimenting with those unusual veggies that we sometimes find in our boxes…lol. And I really love trying new dishes with common veggies that I’ve eaten all my life. That’s one reason …

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Watermelon Salad – It’s All the Rage

A few years back I attended a luncheon where I was served the most unusual, most delicious watermelon dish I had ever tasted. Up to that point in my life, the only watermelon I had experienced was the basic “cut and eat” it. But that luncheon changed my entire perception …

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