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Okay, I know this post is a bit late, but these were the local organic veggies we ate in the past days. There’ll be a new batch tomorrow!

Amelishof CSA vegetables week 30, 2010

  • Cauliflowers (Indian curry with tofu on Monday)
  • Red berries (snack)
  • Swiss chard (quiche and salad on Friday)
  • Zucchinis  (zucchini soup with fresh mint on Thursday, together with salad and garlic ciabatta)
  • Leek (Monday’s curry and … to be decided)
  • Parsley (multiple use)

I’m sorry that this week’s recipes are both in Dutch!

Zucchini soup with fresh mint

This courgette soup can be eaten hot, lukewarm or cold. I did it all ;)

Swiss chard quiche

This savory swiss chard pie can also be made with (wild) spinach.

Bento #51 was not only a good beginning of the next fifty (on the way to 100!), but also a great start of the week :)

I’ve been getting questions about preparation time. Well, this bento to me a relaxed 12 minutes in the morning! Could have been quicker if I had been in a hurry! :) Of course I’m only counting throwing in the quiche, not baking it LOL. I also had the steamed green beans ready to go and I cleaned my yellow tomatoes, radishes and a carrot the night before. Nothing I couldn’t have done in a sec this morning :)

Gnoe’s tip: did you know that steaming vegetables is so much quicker and healthier when you do it in the microwave? Do follow instructions though (LOL). It sounds obvious but I know a lot of people who don’t use the microwave for cooking veggies.

Well, I’ve already mentioned some of my bento’s content but here’s the complete list:

  • yellow grape tomatoes
  • strawberries
  • red salad leaves
  • spinach pie with blue cheese, leeks, pinenuts and black sesame seeds
  • some cranberries
  • walnut and hazelnuts
  • carrot hiding under green beans
  • garden cress
  • radishes
  • basil
  • and… mini rhubarb-raspberry crumble!

As you can see I tried to do something creative with the radishes :-o I had hoped the carefully peeled skin would ‘flower’ after I had put the veggies in some ice water but… it failed ;) And yes, that experiment took place within the before mentioned 12 minutes! ;)

Gnoe goes ExtraVeganza!

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