Saturday, June 6, 2009

What we did with CSA box #2 and what's in #3

We ended up taking most of box #2 to Matt's parents so it wouldn't go bad while we were out of town so I only have a few things to show for this box.
What we did with CSA box #2 '09
1. Cardamom Rhubarb Sorbet 2. Spicy Sunchoke Dip 3. Grilled Duck with Wild Rice Cakes 4. Apple Rhubarb Strudel 5. Turkey Yakitori Burgers 6. Grilled Asparagus Pizzas
And here's box #3
What's in CSA Box #3 '09
Spinach - Much of that will go into tonight's Spinach & Caramelized Onion Tacos

Arugula - No plans for this yet beyond salads

Baby Turnips - I want to use the greens in stir-fry along with some of the turnips. They rest I may roast or just sauté

Baby Broccoli - I'm thinking a salad with broccoli, sunflower seeds & raisins

Asparagus - This is the best looking batch yet. We just love it grilled with a little olive oil & salt, the perfect finger food

Green Garlic - Also in tonight's tacos

Potato Onions - These would be great grilled but I'm thinking some sort of spring onion tart might be nice.

Bok Choy - Headed to a stir-fry

Rhubarb - If we can find some fresh strawberries we plan on canning some rhubarb strawberry jam this weekend.

Hon Tsai Tai - Also stir-fry bound

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Lori said...

Sounds wonderful! I love Bok Choy. We have an Asian salad I use that in often. Throw that arugula on a mozz grilled cheese sandwich with some sundried tomatoes. Yum! :)

Lori said...

Those tacos sound like they will be really good. I cant wait to check them out.

Giff said...

looks nice and fresh. I love to eat baby turnips raw, or with a very light dressing.

Jeff said...

I agree with giff on the baby turnips raw. Such a great flavor and great memories eating them.

Sounds like a great plan and I am digging that spicy sunchoke dip especially with an upcoming party I need dips for.

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