This week, we received: 2 Japanese eggplants, 4 Thai eggplants, a summer squash, 2 baking apples, four tomatoes, a small red bell pepper, and some black-eyed peas.
This week, we received: three Japanese eggplants, a summer squash, four sweet peppers, one jalapeño pepper, two tomatoes, two onions, and three pears.
This week, we received: a watermelon, some small beets, three baking apples, one pear, a zucchini, some peppers, some green onions, and basil.
This week, another family was on vacation, so C & C got their veggie share and we took the whole half of the other veggie share. We received: two cucumbers, four summer squash, three tomatoes, 3 bell peppers, some jalapeño peppers, some carrots, 3 onions, some potatoes, and a whole watermelon.
This week, another family was on vacation, so C & C got their veggie share and we took the whole half of the other veggie share – plus some watermelon and a nectarine from the other family’s fruit share. We got: 1 cantaloupe, 6 ears of corn, 3 tomatoes, a handful of blue potatoes, 2 onions, 3 skinny cucumbers (that I thought were zucchinis), 1 summer squash, and some exceptionally hot (according to the farmer) jalapeños.
This week, we received: a half cabbage, some green onions, a half bag of sorrel, two types of lettuce, two sweet potatoes, and some mint.
We had some lettuce salads and some baked sweet potato chips. I gave the mint to a friend who likes to drink infused waters.
I made a modified version of Green Shchi, a Russian soup with cabbage and sorrel. I added our green onions, two potatoes, a clove of garlic, half of a yellow onion, and some chicken sausage.
This week, we received: a (large) head of lettuce, one and a half bunches of kale, chives, apples (labeled “baking”), carrots, and two Korean radishes.