This week’s share from Sol to Seed Farm is great example of what’s in season here in Western Washington. My CSA is a vegetable only share, but as some may recall, I supplemented with a 5 week egg CSA from Aslan’s How Organics which ended last week. I still have about a dozen orange yolk eggs to use (see below: I made tarragon egg salad sandwiches today- sorry I ate them before I thought about taking a photo).
Cassius and Roxy look up to this week’s CSA share #5 from Sol to Seed Farm
This week’s vegetable box includes:
Chiordi Kale Bouquet
The arugula was (it’s all gone now) the best tasting, tender arugula we’ve eaten in a long time. I used the last of the leaves to compliment tarragon egg salad sandwiches for lunch.
I made beef with broccoli stir fry the other night and used up the sweet broccoli.
Farmer Matt suggested making kale chips with the Chiordi Kale and I think that’s a great idea, especially since I’m currently avoiding processed foods, grains, starches or sugars for a while. J picked up our CSA box from Grand Central Bakery on Wednesday. He’s the only one eating bread for a while so he got to choose the free loaf bread offered with our pick-up: rustic sourdough (sliced).
There will be no problem utilizing this box before next week’s share.