Beef and Veg

I think my favorite thing about the CSA is that I get use vegetables with abandon.  I don’t have to sit at the grocery store and budget and figure out what should go in what.  I just have a fridge full of fresh produce that I can use to my heart’s content.

And I have!


But my husband (and truth be told myself as well) has been missing some meat in our meals.  So the other day, I used my slow cooker for this ridiculously good roast beef meal.  (Click here)

Complete with butternut squash, cabbage, and celery among other delectables, this was a huge hit.


And while we are on the subject of meat, I used the cabbage and Italian sausage recipe I posted about last week.  This was another winner.  My family rated it about a 6, but this was closer to a 10 for me.  I ordinarily have a strict rule about not mixing fruit with meat.  It simply doesn’t appeal to me.  But I’m glad I went for this combination because I’m going to making this all winter long.


By | 2016-12-24T17:02:04+00:00 August 4th, 2015|Fresh Recipes|0 Comments

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Amanda Knapp is a writer and a stay at home mom to her three little girls, ages 2-7. She has a Masters degree in English, and prior to having children, she taught writing at the community college level. Now, she spends her time chasing her three girls around the house, cuddling with them on the couch and reading, and writing about pretty much anything that comes to her mind. She writes for her own blog,, as well as for Mothering Magazine, Psych Central, and Catholic 365.

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