Are you one of the growing number of people who participates in a farm share or community supported agriculture (CSA) scheme? If so, you may have suffered from the same state of intense confusion and persistent indecision that I have when presented with a bag of random vegetables. I mean, there’s usually the standard greens, potato, carrot combo…so that shouldn’t be too daunting. But even then, I’m usually so torn over what to do with them that I wind up just throwing the lot into a soup or something and then feeling mildly disappointed, albeit full…hehe.
So, in an effort to rescue my palate, as well as yours, I have put together a few summer recipes to keep your dinner plate exciting. After all, you’re doing your part to save the planet, and you deserve to be rewarded!
Oh, and if you are not yet a part of a CSA, click here to find one in your area…they are GREAT!
PEACHES: May to September
WATERMELON: June to August
OKRA: July to September
SWEET CORN: July to September
Sweet & Hot Corn and Blueberry Relish
(sub agave for honey!)
SUMMER SQUASH: April to September
BLUEBERRIES: May to October
EGGPLANT: July to October
What veggies are you looking forward to getting in your next CSA allotment?