It’s been a year of change for us at Great Performances. From moving to the Bronx and getting involved with our new neighbors (read about our Thinkubator project) to dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and all the pivots, we haven’t had a moment to pause.
But right now, we want to take a moment to share some holiday spirit.
We’ve updated our Katchkie Farm CSA Cookbook first produced in 2015 by Suzannah and Andrew, our 2015 Katchkie Farm NYC CSA Team. We’ve kept many of our favorite recipes, but added some new ones from Georgette Farkas, our culinary ambassador, and from Emilia Sochovka, MS, RDN, CPT, who works with us on Embrace Wellness.
Download the Katchkie Farm Thanksgiving Recipes Cookbook
We hope you enjoy these recipes as much as we do — and share your photos with us @gpfood and @katchkiefarm.
To go with the recipes, our young neighbors who participated in the Thinkubator project have submitted a playlist that’s sure to get your feet tapping and heads bopping as you prepare these recipes.
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