Post Series: CSA 2018
- 1.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 1
- 2.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 2
- 3.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 3
- 4.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 4
- 5.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 5
- 6.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 6
- 7.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 7
- 8.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 8
- 9.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Week 9-13
- 10.Sisters Hill Farm 2018 CSA: Weeks 18-19
Week two came just in time! We finished our greens from last week’s share with today’s salad lunch.
Here’s what we’re doing with this week’s share:
- Lettuce, spinach, radishes, and scallions – These will make up the bulk of the ingredients for our lunch salads this week. I’ll cook some chicken or flank steak for the protein and add cheese, bell peppers, and some light dressing.
- Kale and Basil – I used both of these in tonight’s dinner. I made pasta with pancetta, sausage, garlic, olive oil, black pepper, Parmesan, kale, and basil. I also made enough for us to have for lunch tomorrow. (We’ve been using chickpea-based and lentil-based pastas for the last few months to cut down on carbs.)
- Turnips – I usually enjoy small, early turnips like these by halving them and roasting them with grapeseed oil for 20 minutes at 400F, usually with other root veggies. This week, though, the CSA newsletter included a recipe for a Turnip Puff. It intrigued me, so I’ll probably make it this week. Perhaps with ribeyes.
- Bok Choi and Kohlrabi – I have two possibilities for these and I’m not sure which one I’ll pick.
- 1. Stir fry. I’d shred the kohlrabi and rough chop the bok choi, add a protein, ginger, soy sauce, and serve it all over rice.
- 2. This bok choi and kohlrabi pizza. My mandolin would make quick work of slicing the kohlrabi, we have enough bok choi for the pesto and the toppings, and we love making pizza on our baking steel. We have dinner plans with people multiple nights this week, so this would make a weekend lunch.
- Alternatively, the kohlrabi would make a great addition to the roasted turnips if you peel it and dice it in one-inch chunks. The bok choi I made last week was great, or you could add it as another salad green as long as it isn’t more than 1/3 of the total greens. It is a little bitter and stands out in a salad. Keep it minimal.