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Our third season of CSA has come to a closing. Now we’ll need to decide on which veggies to buy all by ourselves again… Not an easy task! #lazybums
- red cabbage
- choggia beets
- variety of onions: shallot, red and white
When I got beets last time I made Nigel Slater’s Beetroot Seeds Cake and it was goooood!
Clicking on the picture will bring you to Flickr, where I’ve put up the link to the on-line recipe and some adaptations I made.
Yesterday was another Meatless Monday (Plantaardig Maandag) and supposed to be December’s #twitterfoodparty about squash, so I made a vegan Indian curry with basmati rice and (prefab) mango chutney with last week’s hokkaido pumpkin. The picture didn’t turn out too great but it tasted better than it looks. ;) Anyway, the food party got postponed due to too many ‘twabsentees‘…! If you want to join in, just make something with squash on January 10th, use the hashtag and tweet a picture!
So, no more CSA (b)log posts until the first week of May 2011. Some of you might think that a good thing… But hopefully not all???
We’re halfway December and the end of our CSA season is nearing. Next week’s bag will be The Last!
Amelishof organic vegetables week 48, 2010
- corn salad
- red beet (waiting for me to make Nigel Slater’s red beet cake…)
Amelishof organic vegetables week 49, 2010
- brussels sprouts (on the stalk, just for fun!)
- corn lettuce
- onions (red & white)
- Elstar apples
Amelishof organic vegetables week 50, 2010
WOW, what a mega bag of vegetables we got today! Remember the Invasion of the Broad-Leaved Endive Heads? This time there were even more! It makes a nice green background for the rest of the veggies ;) And Ringo totally went for it… Crazy cat :)
- carrots (not washed, so they’ll keep longer)
- root parsley (on the left of my pile of carrots, hiding behind the…)
- kabocha pumpkin!
- cooking pears
- Jerusalem artichoke
I’m not planning our menus and we’ve been eating out, visiting relatives et cetera so next to this HUGE new batch we still have some veggies of the previous weeks to use up: beetroot — but like I said; I’ve got great plans for that ;) — parsnip, kohlrabi, leek and 1 small pie pumpkin. Maybe I would be wise start planning again ;)
Say, Elsje: if you see anything you’d like to use for our 24 mini-marathon dinner next Friday, just give a shout!