Mizuna is a popular asian green, it can multi-task as both a salad green, adding a mild, spicy tang to salads; or can be added to stir fries. If you’d like to try it in your stir fry, chefs have noted that it’s best to add at the last minute because it’s a delicate green and doesn’t need much heat at all for satisfactory results.
April 13, 2011 - Morning Song Farm
Come out to Morning Song Farm this coming Saturday between 9-12. Meet our friendly herd of Nigerian dairy goats, our curious llamas, and get a chance to hold a baby chick. Bring a picnic lunch or plan a visit to the nearby farmer’s market in Temecula. We do have somewhat of a parking issue with most of the farm on hillside; so if you could let one of us know you’re coming, we can plan ahead. Sometimes we plan these days and no one comes, and sometimes it’s crazy. We’d love it if we could plan ahead….. Directions: From Temecula: 15 south, off on Rainbow Valley Blvd. exit (which is the truck stop) At end of ramp, make a LEFT across the freeway. At stop sign, make a RIGHT, which is Old 395. Make your first right again (going under bridge) on Rainbow Glen Road. About 2 miles from there, number is 2120 Rainbow Glen Road. Big sign: Morning Song Farm From San Diego: 15 north, off on Mission Road in Fallbrook. (off of the 15, NOT the 76!–there is a Mission Road off of the 76, don’t confuse this) At end of ramp, go RIGHT 100 feet where it deadends at Old 395/Stearling Road. Make a LEFT here. Go 2 miles, northbound on Old 395. Make your first left at Rainbow Glen Road. Pass under bridge, go past palm nursery, about 2 miles. Address: 2120 is on the left. From OC: depending upon where you live, you can either take 91 east, 15 south and then follow directions from Temecula above) or: if you live in south County, you can take 5 south, 76 east, 15 north and then follow directions same as From San Diego, above. Alternately: from OC, you can take the Ortega Hwy, which is a beautiful drive, and which dumps you out in Lake Elsinore. Then take directions, 15 south same as from Temecula. Questions: here’s Farmer Donna’s cell: 949-310-4870 Hope to see you here!