Today is the second day I got to go pick up my half-share of produce from the farm we're using for our CSA program. Here's last week's haul:
quiches, half of the rhubarb into the blueberry-rhubarb sauce for ice cream, the apples went to Andy's lunches, and the rest of the rhubarb is waiting to be turned into strawberry rhubarb pie. All of this cost about $12, when you do the math. No joke.
Here's week two:
I don't even want to look at; a pint of delicious, sweet, teeny strawberries; and that weird twisty stuff in the middle are something called garlic scapes. Seriously: $12.
Please note that the pea pod bowl and the strawberry dish are significantly less full than they were when I took the picture ten minutes ago.
Each week, they've sent a sheet about how to care for, store, and cook with the stuff in the bin, and a recipe or two. I am not yet over how awesome this is.
Do any of you belong to a CSA thing? Are you reveling in fresh produce wherever you are? Can you please share a no-fail recipe for garlic scapes? Those things look a little weird.