Thursday, October 21, 2010

csa harvest

Sometimes with a CSA share, using everything up before it spoils becomes a challenge. Here's how I handled some organic veggies that were lingering in my 'fridge. As with fashion, simplicity with food always works somehow.

Green beans with oregano...


Sweet and creamy butternut squash soup with cumin


 Chard with garlic and portobellos


7 comments:

Babette said...

All that food looks so tasty, especially the chard with the mushrooms. I also have a hard time not wasting my CSA veggies. I have so many beets that need to be used right now.

blessedmama said...

Oh, boy, I would love that butternut squash soup recipe. I'm always looking for new ways to cook up squash and get my kids to eat it.

Shear Sensations said...

deliciousness at its best. good job.

Melomeals: Vegan for $3.33 a Day said...

Beautiful... fresh produce is so wonderful.

I can't wait to meet you this summer at the Vida Vegan Conference!

textual bulldog said...

Gorgeous! The soup especially appeals to me at this moment, but it all looks amazing. Viva la CSA.

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Jess - The Domestic Vegan said...

I had the same problem last year when I had a CSA share. I loved the program but sometimes it was almost too much food. But it just gave me an excuse to get creative & use what I had!