Friday, September 25, 2009

What we did with CSA box #10 and what's in box #11

What we did with CSA box 10
1. sweet corn tamales 2. using up the veggies ratatouille 3. Cheesy Cauliflower Pancakes 4. Cherry Tomato & Goat Cheese Pie 5. smoked tomato salsa 6. baked cheesy broccoli romanesco 7. tomato, corn & bacon salad 8. hot pepper jelly 9. The box

And CSA box #11
CSA box #11
Tomatoes - I have a bunch more ripe in the garden too so I'll probably can them.
Jalapenos - Salsa!
Ukraine Peppers - I might use these in the tomato sauce
Parsley Root - I really thought these were parsnips but I guess this is a new vegetable to our CSA boxes. Apparently it is best used in soups & stews so I'll make some soup this week & freeze the rest.
Raspberries - These will get frozen with the last boxes batch to use in raspberry apple sauce.
Lettuce - for sandwiches & a salad nicoise salad
Spinach - I'll use this in soup
Celeriac - Our newsletter suggests fritters & that sounds too good not to try
Broccoli - Matt is addicted to broccoli, bacon & raisin salad for lunch so that will use the bulk of this.

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

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1 comment:

George Gaston said...

I am new here to blogspot, so I am intrigued with your CSA weekly box. What a terrific way to get a wide variety of locally-grown produce. I plan to read back through your various post and see how you used the other 10 or so boxes. But for now, I have a suggestion for the “Celeriac” – with fall now upon us; maybe you could make a Celeriac Bisque (I just posted a Pimento Cheese Bisque) or maybe use some for a Celeriac-Apple Salad with Honey-Mustard vinaigrette.

Really enjoy your great blog… look forward to seeing what great things you are making in the future.

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