Living in the CSA: This week's haul, and what to do with it?
It's SarahKK, back again to report on Living in the CSA. The family picked up our second haul from the early-bird CSA we're taking part in. This week, we got: potatoes, onions, kale, apples, blood oranges, honey tangerines, beets, parsnips, eggs (beautiful eggs!) and apple crumb bread.
We still had quite a lot of leftovers from last week, despite my cooking whirlwind this weekend, so my husband whipped up a quick soup from the last of the carrots, potatoes and apples, with a hefty dose of curry. Yum. This morning, I broiled a grapefruit, and I'm going to poach one, as suggested, as well.
The things I'm thinking about making:
-- Blood Orange Olive Oil Cake from Smitten Kitchen
-- Kale chips (this is a definite; we were already obsessed with these)
-- Roasted Parsnip and Apple Soup from Guilty Kitchen
-- Another frittata for sure (tomorrow, I'll post the one I made this weekend)
-- Something with beets, but I haven't figured that out yet
Any suggestions? I'll take 'em!
(Photo by me)