Because of my sponsorship of the Good Food Festival, I was able to get the opportunity to meet Steve Tiwald, the founder of the Green Earth Institute in Naperville, Illinois.
The Green Earth Institute is a 60-acre organic farm, in McDonald Farm on Knock Knolls Road. With million dollar homes as it’s backdrop, it’s hard to imagine a farm like this in this area.
The purpose of my visit on this day was to learn more about Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA for short, and how find out how it works. I hope you enjoy this episode and learn a little something along the way. I know I did!
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1) Preheat the panini machine.
2) Take a crusty bread and make the slices of it.
3) Take an apple and make round thin slices.
4) Take the bread slice and put some green on the top. Add the apple slices and gruyere cheese slices.
5) Cover with the other slice of bread. Apply some butter on the top of the bread. Repeat the same with the remaining breads as well.
6) Put the bread with butter side down in the panini maker.
Although panini is an Italian dish, it can be found in several other countries as well. It is a delicious snack, which can be made anytime. It is much simpler to make in the Panini maker. Just watch this video and make a Panini for yourself now.