CSA Distribution #7

CSA Share - Week 7

An absolutely gorgeous share this week from Sisters Hill Farm! The colors just scream out “Summer!” don’t they? Of course this week’s share also includes my nemesis: beets. I really want to find a way to enjoy them because they are soooo good for you. I have a recipe from Great Food Fast for a carrot-beet slaw. I think I might try that. The kohlrabi slaw was amazing! Drew thought it was okay, but I thought it was delicious. I still have last week’s kohlrabi so I will be using that for some slaw again. This whole being sick thing has really messed with my cooking. I’ve been doing a bit here and there, but nothing that ambitious. At any rate, here is a rundown of our distribution:

1 head of cabbage
1 head of escarole
2 heads of lettuce
2 small zucchini
1 large bunch of scallions
1 bunch of carrots
1 bunch of beets
20 flower stems (not pictured)

I’m so thankful that Farmer Dave agreed to let us switch our pickup dates next week! We pick up on Tuesday evenings, but next week we’re going to be in Lake George on Tuesday, so I asked if we could pick up on Saturday and he was happy to help out. I am not one to go around switching things like that, and I would have totally understood if they couldn’t do it. So yes, we’ll be having a short vacation in Lake George again this year. Several months ago we thought we might drive up to Quebec this summer but with gas around $4.25 a gallon, it is cost-prohibitive to say the least! So we’ll just stick close to home as usual and that’s cool. This year we are hoping to do one of the steamboat cruises around the lake. I think the boys will enjoy that! Perhaps someday we’ll go someplace different (maybe check out some Hilton Head rentals or something), but this summer, the old LG will be great!

3 thoughts to “CSA Distribution #7”

  1. Once again, I’m hella jealous of what you’ve gotten in your share. Ours 95% greens again last week, with a few radishes and beets. Everyone says roasting the beets is best and that it turns them sweet and really tasty, but ours got tossed in a stirfry the week before last and I haven’t gotten around to roasting this week. So we’ll see 🙂

    Hope you have fun on your trip!

  2. Can you believe it? $4.25 a gallon. Just insane. I don’t blame you for staying here at home close by. Lake George sounds like fun! I hope that you enjoy it! I am just LOVING this CSA thing. Just fantastic. So far we’ve only tried kohlrabi in salads.

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