June 19th, 2014

Week 2 Premium CSA Share Meal Plan

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Week 2 CSA Share Meal PlanWeek 2: June 17th – June 21st

Basic Share Box:  Spinach, KohlrabiArugula, LettuceHakurei Turnips, CarrotRadish, Collards, Napa Cabbage, Bok Choy, Celeriac

For Week 2 CSA Shares we harvested lots of farm favorites like Hakurei Turnips.  Hakurei turnips are also known as salad turnips, and are delicious raw and cooked.  The greens are edible, remove the greens from the turnips and store in separate bags in the vegetable crisper.  Cook the greens like you would any other hearty greens – great sautéed with olive oil and garlic.  Radish greens are another interesting green to try, separate the greens from the radishes and add to a mixture of other salad greens.  They add texture and a peppery flavor to salads.  This week also brought back kohlrabi and Napa cabbage, scroll down for recipe ideas!  We have another 5 recipes for you to try this week, Happy Eating!

Download the shopping list Week 2 Premium Share Shopping List.


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Arugula Beet Salad by Early Morning Farm CSAOmnivore Meal Plan

Spinach & Turnip Frittata

Arugula & Beet Salad with Roasted Chicken

Collard Pasta

Fresh Rolls – use napa cabbage, kohlrabi, and bok choy

Miso Maple Roasted Root Vegetables with sausage


Vegetarian Meal PlanWeek 2 Premium CSA Share Meal Plan

Spinach & Turnip Frittata

Arugula & Beet Salad with Tempeh Skewers

Collard Pasta

Fresh Rolls – use napa cabbage, kohlrabi, and radish

Miso Maple Roasted Root Vegetables with tofu


Fresh Rolls by Early Morning Farm CSAGluten Free Meal Plan

Spinach & Turnip Frittata

Arugula & Beet Salad with Tempeh Skewers or Roasted Chicken

– If making tempeh sub GF breadcrumbs.

Collard Pasta – Use gluten free pasta

Fresh Rolls – use napa cabbage, kohlrabi, and bok choy

Miso Maple Roasted Root Vegetables with sausage or tofu



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