Lettuce and Beet roots – Salad
Yellow squash, spinach, eggs – The versatile and weekly frittata
Kohlrabi – Options I’m considered were fritters, slaw with fish tacos, roasting it like a potato, or raw with a bit of salt (especially the pink salt from costco that seems to make everything 100 times better).
Kohlrabi and Beet Greens – Pretty much anything is good with goat cheese, garlic and pine nuts. This is a fact.
Patty Pan Squash – I bought this once at a farmer’s market and I’m pretty sure I roasted it. This time I’m thinking indian spiced kabobs with grilled curried chicken.
Blueberries – obvious answer snacking, but in order to fit all the new vegetables in the fridge I had to evict a tuscan melon and a watermelon. Fruit salad it is!
What actually happened:
Blueberries and pumpkin bread – gone within 48 hours. I know, I’m shocked too.
Beet and Avocado Salad – roasted beets, had a rotten avocado. Tried in vain to make salad+roasted beets+guacamole happen..but it wasn’t a crowning achievement.
Patty Pan Squash – marinated shortly before grilling, eaten with quinoa and super tasty grilled chicken thighs that I marinated in a made up mix of lemon juice, greek yogurt, and an indian spice mix from penzeys.
Yellow squash, spinach, eggs – Frittata - what’s not to love?
Beet greens and Kohlrabi greens- the Kohlrabi greens were our first casualty. They started off limp, and only deteriorated from there. The beet greens are still looking good though, and I plan to add them to this weeks candy beet greens since it’s a better portion for four.
Any CSA casualties at your house?