June 17

Your 3rd share last week was greens, greens, and more greens with a funky stalky thing called kohlrabi on the side.  We’ve got some exciting recipe ideas for you to try.  Click on the name of the recipe and it will link you to the online recipe.  The first two recipes were submitted by Heidi- Thank you!

The timing of the posts is changing this week, which is why this post is only recipes.  Going forward, news, pictures, and recipes will be posted on Wednesdays.  Check back in with us in two days for more.

Rainbow Swiss Chard Appetizer by Mara Rosenbloom in “From Asparagus to Zucchini” by the Fairshare CSA Coalition

Prep Time: 5 minutes.  Cook Time: 30 seconds

Image thanks to: www.simplyrecipes.com

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Kale Walnut Pesto by Lauren Zembron

Prep Time: 5 minutes.  Cook Time: 30 seconds

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Kohlrabi Home Fries By Martha Rose Shulman New York Times

Total Time: 20 minutes

Image thanks to Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times

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Sauteed Kale with Kohlrabi by Ian Knauer

Active Time: 25 minutes

Image thanks to: http://pagesfoodblog.blogspot.com/2011/12/sauteed-kale-with-kohlrabi.html

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2 responses to “June 17

  1. So many wonderful suggestions…thanks for them all !

  2. Anne Taylor

    Hi Lucretia,

    I was talking to the gal at the share stand on Tuesday (I’m terrible with names) and she asked for my greens pesto recipe for the blog and I realize I gave her a half-baked answer. I’m not my best at 5pm! So I wanted to give you the full list of ingredients. It was so good we are making it again and hoping we don’t eat it all so we can freeze some.

    Any greens from you – kohlrabi, arugula, beet tops, kale, chard, whatever lots of garlic toasted hazelnuts (it’s what was around, I would also use walnuts or pine nuts) romano cheese robust olive oil salt and pepper

    Whizz in blender. We ate ours on sourdough toast, and parparrdelle. Amazing!

    I can’t wait to try the kohlrabi home fries – dinner tomorrow. Keep the recipes coming please 🙂

    Thanks, A Anne Taylor

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