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  • I'm Kristen, a clumsy but determined home cook and crafter living in the Boston area with my husband, B, and I have an interest in all things food and craft.

    This blog was created to keep track of my various projects and adventures. They may not all be successes, but my goal is to remain unintimidated by whatever engages my curiosity.

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Farmer Dave's CSA Week 5

There were some fun food surprises in this past week’s CSA box, including green beans (the freshest I’ve seen in a long, long time), a huge bunch of rainbow chard (I’m becoming addicted to chard sauteed with a little olive oil, garlic, and onions), lots of basil, zucchini and summer squash (again, addiction-forming when sauteed with a little olive oil and garlic), and kohlrabi (the alien-looking purple bulb above). It’s been a yummy week (lots of sauteeing with olive oil, garlic/onions going on around here), and I think that this may be the first week that we’ve finished everything that we got in our box before the next pickup!

Posted in CSA 2011, Food | 3 Comments »

3 Responses

  1. Clair says:

    Found your blog recently and am really loving it! I especially love finding people who are in the same area as I am…makes everything even more relevant. Thanks for the great posts and beautiful pics.

  2. Kristen says:

    Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment, Clair. It’s so nice to hear from a fellow New England-based food lover!

  3. Mariette says:

    In french, your kohirabi is a kind of cabbage, a “chou rave”.
    It is very good, uncooked, cut in thin slices for the apéritif.

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