This week, we received: broccoli, asparagus, scallions, sweet potatoes, radishes, and mustard:
I’ve been putting the mustard on my lunch sandwiches. It tastes OK.
Scott grilled the asparagus with some steak for my birthday.
I made scallion and ginger noodles (with chicken) using this recipe.
We’ve been eating the broccoli and radishes raw.
I’m saving the sweet potatoes – I bought a spiralizer (online) to make “noodles” with them.
We’re doing the Summer CSA again.
I took a break from the winter CSA – we had a baby, and I wasn’t up to cooking all the veggies while caring for a newborn. And baby’s stomach was very sensitive – and I had a very restricted diet for a few weeks.
I’m glad to re-start the CSA. I feel good about buying local produce – and I like our farmer. I also know that I typically lose a little weight from eating all the veggies – something else that is welcome after baby.
This week, we received: a yellow onion, green onions, a zucchini, a cucumber, a tomato, potatoes, a green pepper, grapes, and a butternut squash.
Continue reading “Summer CSA 2016: Week 25”
This week, we received: Myanmar spinach, basil, Asian green beans, apples, garlic, a yellow onion, corn, potatoes, and a cucumber.
Continue reading “Summer CSA 2016: Week 24”
This week, we received: a pepper, a cucumber, a tomato, a zucchini, two potatoes, seedy grapes, a yellow onion, and some green onions.
Continue reading “Summer CSA 2016: Week 23”
This week, we received: a bag of basil, some eggplant, 3 potatoes, 2 “sweet” peppers, 3 small ears of corn, and some seedless grapes.
Continue reading “Summer CSA 2016: Week 22”
This week, we received: 1 zucchini, 1 cucumber, 3 green onions, 2 potatoes, 1 large green pepper, 1 onion, 1 tomato, and some grapes (half of what is pictured).
Continue reading “Summer CSA 2016: Week 21”