Cabbage, Beets & Early Summer Treats

By Lindsey Riddle / Photography By Aaron Snow | Last Updated May 11, 2015
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May is like the calm before the vegetal storm that rolls in with the month of June. It’s still cool enough to grow cool weather crops, such as greens and cabbage and it’s also the only time of year you can find berries (by the way, if you haven’t had strawberries grown at Jesko Farms in Yukon, make a note to do so right this minute). June offers the perfect combination of cool nights and warm days, yielding the summer crops that Oklahoma knows well: squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, beets, okra, peppers, eggplant, and more.

Soft Cabbage Soup

This recipe is adapted very slightly from Molly Wizenburg’s Smothered Cabbage Soup, which was adapted from Marcella Hazan’s Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking. This soup, to me, is delicious...
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