Cabbage!

This week’s pick-up included cabbage for the first time, green beans, cucumbers, Swiss chard, kohlrabi, several kinds of sweet and hot peppers, tomatoes, and eggplant. This is a photo that I took before dividing it up between Alycia and I. Thank goodness we are sharing it!!

I’m trying to give Swiss chard plenty of chances to prove itself to me. Alycia said to give up, but I have one more recipe I’m going to try this week, which is a strudel with cheese and chard in a puff pastry. I think you could wrap just about anything with cheese in a puff pastry and I’ll eat it!

And, just for your entertainment, a picture of Daisy.

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About Elyse

We are a group of family and friends in Northeast Ohio, embarking on our first adventures in Community Supported Agriculture. We have purchased shares in Dean's Greenhouse in Westlake, Ohio; and at Birdsong Farm in Hiram, Ohio. This blog highlights the fresh produce we receive each week, new foods we try, the cooking discoveries we make along the way, and the resulting food comas we endure, all in the name of good food and the love of family and friends.

2 thoughts on “Cabbage!

  1. carolyngalizio

    Looks beautiful! What is not to love about swiss chard? Once Nana Jan made a soup using the tomatoes and swiss chard from Nana Drene’s garden because they were on vacation at the time. That soup was the very best soup I have ever had. With the possible exception of Casey’s butternut squash soup, but they really are two different things. Don’t ever give up on swiss chard! It is so delicious!

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