Saturday, November 7, 2009

What we did with CSA box #13 and what's in box #14



What we did with CSA box #13
1. Guinness Beef Stew 2. Pizza Bianca with Leeks & Prosciutto 3. Hearty Lentil Soup 4. Asian Stuffed Peppers 5. Peppery Olive Oil & Sweet Potato Bread 6. Lamb Patties with Fennel Tzatziki & Spinach Couscous 7. Sweet Potato Ravioli with Spinach in Cream Sauce 8. Roast Chicken with Potatos, Carrots, Parsnips, Brussel Sprouts & Fennel 9. Pork Chops with baked Squash & sautéed Kale

What's in box #14
What's in CSA Box #14

Spinach - It think its time for some spinach lasagna
Celeriac - I want to find a better soup recipe than the last celeriac one we made, it was a little too celeryish
Festival Squash - We really like this squash best just roasted with some butter
Sweet Potato - So many possibilities
Garlic
Onions
Beauty Heart Radish - I wonder how these taste roasted
White Turnip - I'll add to other roasted vegetables or into a soup
Carrots
Kabocha Squash - This is really the best way to use this
Escarole - Apparently this is very good sautéed as a side dish
Collards - This will get used in soups & stews like we use kale & chard
Leaf Lettuce
There was also a bag of salad greens but since we are heading out of town I left them for someone else to enjoy.

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

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5 comments:

Suzee said...

I just found kabotcha squash for the first time last year. I knew I had to try it because it is low carb like a pumpkin. The fondue recipe looks very cool - I'm going to have to try that!

George Gaston said...

kat, you & Matt are so creative with your weekly boxes. Each & every dish would be so satisfying for any meal this week. Thanks

Dawn said...

you two are so very creative...I wish I had more time to do more of these things.

Phoebe said...

You are so creative with veggies. It makes me wish there was a farm that did CSA shares around here!

I absolutely can not find collard greens up here in the great white north! If I were you, I wouldn't use them in a soup. I would simmer them in water with some chicken broth and bacon grease, fry some chicken, and be in food heaven. But that's just me. :)

Lori said...

I was thinking of making my next celeriac soup with apples- kind of like a waldorf. The last time I made it, the almonds reall complimenteed the soup. I am guessing apples would do the same. Hmmm. Maybe I will do that tomorrow.

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