While snooping through The Teenager’s Facebook page, this gem of an exchange (and I am not responsible for grammar problems):
SEH: Always check Snopes before posting.
KLS: Yes and no. Snopes is run by a liberal husband and wife team, so you have to be careful what issue you are checking with them. In addition, they are a “.com”, FactCheck.org is a more reliable source and they are a “.org” non-profit.
Yup, .org confers sainthood — or at the very least, the holy trinity of truth, justice and the American Way. Like AynRand.org, I suppose.
CSA Share Week 18: cucumber (gave away), green onions (gave away), parsley (gave away), garlic, onion, spinach, potatoes, kohlrabi, kale, Yugoslavian finger squash (that is one goofy-looking squash), carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, eggs
Recipes: broccoli and cauliflower casserole, green chile-cheese-corn-cornbread (from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone), spinach and basmati rice casserole (Vegetarian Planet), roasted root vegetables
CSA Share Week 17: cucumber (gave away), spinach, lettuce, potatoes, bell pepper (gave away), garlic, cauliflower, green onions, celeriac (gave away)
Recipes: karnabeet (from Greene on Greens), spinach and potato casserole
CSA Share Week 16: cucumber (gave away), spinach, kale, lettuce, potatoes, carrots, eggplant, bell pepper, tomatoes, kohlrabi, eggs
Recipes: pico de gallo, eggplant and potato curry, kohlrabi/potato/carrot stew, spinach pie