Gimme a ‘C’! Gimme a ‘S’! Gimme an ‘A’!

May 22, 2011

CSA Week…uhhh, whatever (I think I’ve missed some weeks and I’ve lost count!)

Corn

Eggplant

Basil

Garlic

Summer squash

Cukes

Green Beans

Tomatoes

Potatoes

CSA Week 5

Potatoes

Salad Mix

Cabbage

Summer squash

Head Lettuce

Cucumbers

Beets

Fennel

Basil

Rainbow Chard

(this is a double share due to our vacation last week…good week to double up.  yum!)

 

CSA Week 4

Radishes

Kolrabi

Lettuce

Salad Mix

Aparagus

Snap Peas

Shell Peas

Basil

Oregano

Garlic Scapes

(anyone need lettuce or radishes?)

CSA Week 3

Kale

Lettuce

Salad Mix

Radishes

Snap Peas

Asparagus

Eggs

Cilantro

CSA Week 2

Radishes

Salad Mix

Lettuce

Asparagus

Rainbow Chard

Green Onions

Mint

Sage

Tarragon

Strawberries (yeeeeeaaa)

(did you know that strawberries are supposed to be red ALL THE WAY THROUGH?  No white hollowy stuff here)

Here we go….. week 1 of our CSA 2011.

Kale

Salad Mix

Asparagus

Radish

Eggs

Chervil

Peppermint

Applemint

Oregano

Chives

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4 Responses to “Gimme a ‘C’! Gimme a ‘S’! Gimme an ‘A’!”

  1. Jeni McAndrews Says:

    What is chervil???


    • Chervil is an herb…I’ve never used it before.. here is what I’ve found out about it:

      Often referred to as the “gourmet’s parsley,” chervil tastes mildly of licorice combined with pepper imparting certain freshness to a dish. Fresh or dried, it is a bright green and quite delicate and should be added to a dish at the end of cooking. Chervil has a tendency to enhance the flavors of other herbs when used in combinations. The most notable case is fines herbes, the French blend of at least three herbs, ground fine, where one herb is almost always chervil.

  2. Carrie Says:

    Not just radish…I see French Breakfast Radish! 😀 Have fun with it.


    • Are French Breakfast Radishes special? What do YOU do with them?

      I just braised a bunch of them in beef stock, balsamic, green onion, salt and pepper. Delish.

      Radish is a food I”m trying to teach myself to like… foods I have been successful with in the past (foods I have taught myself to like): Beets, Mushrooms, Beans (like black and pinto), Kale…


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