Here is the breakdown of what they said we would get, what we actually got, and what I ended up taking home.
Baby Turnips what turnips?
Batavian Lettuce traded for kale
Broccoli traded for kale
I am, of course, excited with what I made away with! I’ve just found a recipe for spinach-cashew cheeze, as well as a new kale cracker recipe (I found it listed as kale chips, but it looks to be more like a cracker!) Of course, I would love to make my favorite kale chips, but I really want to try these new recipes!
I’m planning a market run tomorrow afternoon to pick up cashews, corn (this time of year, I’ll probably end up with frozen organic), red bell peppers, onions (must have!), and mushrooms! (I haven’t had mushrooms for months! If I can find some shiritakes, I can make “barbecue” with my Virginia barbecue sauce recipe!) I will also need to pick up some oranges, lemons and dates for my Thanksgiving sweet potato and pumpkin recipes, and some avocados (if they have good ones!) for my traditional “avo-turkey”.
The good thing about my raw Thanksgiving recipes is that, even though they do take time, they take way less time than cooking a real turkey!