Saturday, June 13, 2009


We got our first box of produce from our CSA (Community supported Agriculture) farm. I was hoping for strawberries, but theirs aren't ready quite yet. Instead we got a batch of asparagus, swiss chard, a beautiful bunch of green onions, lettuce and spinach. Plus, a freshly killed chicken, which I'm glad to say was fully plucked and de-gutted.

Our own garden is still giving lettuce and spinach. I'm freezing some of the spinach right now, after a quick blanching. Trying not to let all this bounty just rot in the garden or in the fridge.

Now I've got to rework my menu for the week to take in account the CSA produce. I'd been depending heavily on Menus for Moms for the last few weeks to do my thinking for me, but I'll need to plan menus myself all summer to use up what I get from the Yoders.

1 comment:

painterjoy said...

Those veggies look so yummy!
I definitely need help in the food planning department. Trying to think of meals that we all can eat. (We have the same breakfast -whole grain waffle, yogurt and fruit.) Mark and I are still at odds with keeping Aidric vegetarian. Thinking of giving him fish soon though.
Enjoy the food!