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CSA Delivery #8 – July 21, 2009

July 22, 2009 By: Megabeth Category: CSA Delivery

I’ll admit, this Vegetarian Tour de France has thrown me off a little bit. I missed taking pictures of last week’s delivery. But,  but I can report it was filled with fruit…lots of glorious fruit.

This week, the vegetables took over the majority of the box. Sure, there were some peaches and nectarines, but cucumbers, zucchini, yellow squash, green beans and a giant cabbage took over.


CSA Delivery #6 – July 7, 2009

July 08, 2009 By: Megabeth Category: CSA Delivery

I need to interrupt the special Tour de France programing to report on this week’s CSA delivery. Don’t fret, though. I’ll be back tomorrow with another French-themed recipe.

I was very excited when I opened this box because there was not one green onion. In fact, there were several new things in this box including lots of fruits – apricots, peaches and white plums. We also received some beets (which have since been put to good use), zucchini (also put to good use), and a cucumber. Finally, a nice little herb plant was also included in the mix. I need to do some research to figure out what it is…

Good stuff!

CSA Delivery – #5 – June 30, 2009

June 30, 2009 By: Megabeth Category: CSA Delivery

Another delivery and another great crop of vegetables. But, really, can we stop with the green onions? Holy molies. My vegetable drawer runneth over with green onions!

We received a great fresh thyme plant. (I’m sad to report that the parsley from a couple of weeks ago may not be doing so well.) We received some more broccoli and snap peas. We also received our first beets of the season. I’m looking forward to cooking some of those!

CSA Delivery #4 – June 23, 2009

June 23, 2009 By: Megabeth Category: CSA Delivery

My CSA delivery arrived today. But, ok, come on, stop with the green onions, please? I still have two weeks worth of the suckers and I’ve yet to use them. Is there such a thing as green onion stew? Hmmm. Research is needed.

Meanwhile, the broccoli looks oh-so-good, the kale is fresh and healthy, and the snap peas are really cute. (Yes, I just called snap peas cute.) The red tip lettuce looks so delightfully ready to eat and I’m thrilled to receive little parsley plant. I hope I can make it thrive.

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