Here is what we got and what I came home with:
Zucchini – 4 pcs
Cipollini Onions – 1 bun
Fennel -OR- Kohlrabi – 1 bun…We got broccoli instead, I traded for more kale
Baby Spinach – 1 bag
Radicchio – 1 hd
Swiss Chard – 1 bun………………I traded for more kale
Toscano Kale – 1 bun
Red Boston Lettuce – 1 hd…..…We got a HUGE bunch of escarole instead
I traded the broccoli because it was mostly yellow, and I don’t care for broccoli that much anyway.
I kept the radicchio because I have never eaten radicchio, and I can’t know if I don’t like it until I try it. Wish me luck.
I was going to trade the onions for something, but they are so nice and big – I have some store-bought onions, which will last for a while, but these nice fat onions will be good in salads for the next week, I think.
I just made it through last week’s escarole (gasp!), and now I’m saddled with more. Oh well. Wraps worked last week, I can deal with a salad or two, and then, of course, there are (yuck) green smoothies. (I was just checking my skin today to see if I have turned green from all the green smoothies occasioned by the farms insidious desire for me to consume green leaves.)
I will be up by Fairway market tomorrow afternoon, so I will stop in there and pick up some cabbage (I’m out of sauerkraut), tomatoes, mushrooms (I want to make a cashew/jalapeno/mushroom cheeze filling for kohlrabi ravioli with the kohlrabi I still have left), and some more lentils to sprout (I really do love lentil sprouts)
BTW, last week, I bought this bag of sprouting grass for the cats from the supermarket, and it turned out to be wheat mixed with vermiculite. I opened the bag wrong, so I ended up putting a paper towel in my old Kitchen Garden sprouter. I have never seen wheat sprout that fast! It grew to be short grass (standing up and everything) in 2 days. I watered it twice a day for about 5 days, then set it out for the cats, who would have nothing to do with it – oh well, I guess they are not into healthy food. Meanwhile, I saw it was so easy, I am thinking about growing wheat grass for me (mind you, I am still in the thinking stage. I could probably put a window box inside the kitchen window – our only window that gets sun).
It’s really hot here, but, I’m happy to say that my last living fan (2 died over the winter) is cooling my room off nicely. Yea!