Friday, July 31, 2009

What we did with CSA box #6 and what's in #7


What we did with CSA box #6
1. Broccoli & Bacon Salad 2. Zucchini Pickles (recipe to come) 3. Paella 4. Grated Zucchini for freezing 5. Summer Harvest Pizza on Honey Wheat Crust (recipe to come) 6. Classic Coleslaw 7. Grilled Zucchini with Chipotle Bacon Sauce 8. Creamy Sausage & Zucchini Pasta 9. Roasted Vegetable & Quinoa Salad

And on to box 7...
What's in CSA box #7
Cauliflower - We are going to roast this & have it with the leftover chipotle bacon sauce
Zucchini - Look for an upcoming post with lots of zucchini ideas
Sweet Spanish Onions - One has already been used in a Onion & Tomato Tart
Garlic
Peppers - Fajitas next week
Tomatoes - The first of the season. Mostly used in the tart mention above but the rest are going in bruchetta
Potatoes - We'll be taking Garlic Scape Potato Salad to a picnic tomorrow
Yellow & Green Beans - I'm going to blanch & freeze a bulk of these
Cucumbers - We're making pickles this weekend
Dill - Good for the pickles
Red Mizuna - Not sure how to use this mustardy green yet
Sauté Greens - Just a quick wilt with some garlic & these are a perfect side. This batch has such wonderful flavor.
Carrots - I think Matt is wanting some Morning Glory Muffins
Arugula

Find more ideas on using your CSA box at Cooking Away My CSA

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4 comments:

Maria said...

Wow, you have made a ton of tasty things with your goods!

Katie @ goodLife {eats} said...

That is awesome! I toyed with the idea of signing up for a CSA, but I decided on a backyard garden instead. I really enjoy taking care of it.

Amy P. said...

Hmm, pickled zucchini sounds intriguing. I don't usually eat regular pickles (cucumber-based), do these taste similar or much different? Maybe this is the year I'll get over my pickle aversion.

giz said...

I never thought of grating and freezing zucchini before. Great idea.

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