CSA Share for 2012 Week Sixteen

It’s time to turn our attention to all that squash.  Luckily it stores well, plus it does look good on the counter!  If you chose one of the butternut squash, check out my previous post on a multitude of butternut squash soup recipes.  However, I’m sure you would get good results if you replaced the butternut squash with any of our varieties of squash in these recipes.

In our share this week:

  • garlic
  • kale
  • onions
  • potatoes
  • corn
  • peppers
  • green beans
  • beets
  • several types of winter squash (butternut, kabocha, sweet dumpling, spaghetti)

What to do with that kabocha squash??  If you’re in the mood for soup, make some Kabocha Squash Soup from Fresh Tastes over at pbs.org.  Also, if you can get your hands on a copy of the cookbook Love Soup by Anna Thomas, her Winter Squash, Yam, and Poblano Pepper recipe calls for kabocha squash and looks pretty tasty (I checked this cookbook out of my library a couple winters ago).

I wanted to share with you a recipe that I tried last week:  Lentil-Mushroom Burgers.  This recipe appears in Scott Jurek’s new book Eat & Run, and will use up some of our garlic, onions, and kale from our share this week.  These burgers were actually MUCH tastier than I thought they would be…a pleasant surprise.  It takes a bit of time to make up a batch, but results in a lot of leftovers that you can freeze for an easy “veggie” burger on a busy night.

(Image courtesy of www.FreeDigitalPhotos.net)

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