Hi everyone, Jess here. This was a week was a complete blur! The kids are finishing school, the Strawberry Festival was a success, and my other half is winning the battle against Lyme disease. I can’t say that I got too creative with my cooking this week, but hey, this blog is about real-life and real-time CSA ideas, right?
- Shredded with a blue cheese dressing
- Pea Tendrils from Johnny Putt Farm, Littleton MA
- Some pureed with greek yogurt
- Some enjoyed as-is by the kids
- Breakfast burritos
- Spring Garlic Omelette
- Clover Flowers
- Clover Flower Tea
- As-is in salads
- Spring Garlic
- Preserved in freezer for later use
- Spring egg Scramble
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I was most grateful for taking the 20 minutes to prep all the ingredients this week, as it made the rest of my week manageable.
I didn’t get too much done this week because of running the festival, but I was fueled by lots of smoothies this week, using up final bags of last year’s chest freezer fruit.
Now that the Strawberry Festival is behind us, I am very much looking forward to the Strawberry Social happening thus Thursday (June 20th) at Springdell! It’s going to be a wonderful opportunity to discuss the various issues impacting local farms today. Hope you can join us in sitting down on the farm’s hillside with the farm family and other local folks from the agricultural field. There will be interesting discussion for sure! Click here for more details!
Thank you for reading, and I’ll see you back here shortly with the first summer pickup of the CSA Season!