The Fourth Week of Our CSA

I love how Anna has photographed each item in her CSA pick up basket. It really highlights the natural beauty of the fruits and veggies. And I’m envious that she has blueberries already!

Sugar Snap

July 7: beets, onions, collard greens, lettuce, corn, zucchini, yellow and green summer squash, cucumbers, broccoli, tomatoes, peaches, blueberries, yellow beans, shelling peas.

This little guy tagged along for the ride.

For lunch on Saturday I used up last week’s peas and fava beans to make another Jamie at Home recipe. I’m really loving that cookbook right now. This recipe was called “Incredible Smashed Peas and Fava Beans on Toast.” A bit more about this book before I move on: it’s an expensive, luxurious cookbook that I received as a gift, but it’s well worth it. It is not a vegetarian cook book and does contain somewhat graphic pictures of game, but there are many vegetarian recipes and others, like the zucchini carbonara that I made last week, can be made vegetarian. The focus is on fresh, local foods, growing your own produce, and eating seasonally. It’s a…

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