csa share 07/21/11

by Stacy

Summer! Yes, I know it’s beastly hot in the rest of the country — not so much here.

We did finally have some 80+ degree days in the last few weeks, however, and the summer produce is loving it. Tomatoes and peppers are finally changing colors, we’re seeing fewer root vegetables, and stacks of squash elicit eye rolls wherever they are.

csa share 07/21/11

Salad greens — it’s too hot to cook anyway, right?

I tossed some spinach in with my pasta for the last few minutes of cooking, then added a glug of olive oil, fresh diced tomatoes, micro basil, and a flurry of grated Parmesan cheese for a quick dinner the other night.

Some warm black beans, lettuce, corn, fresh salsa, browned onions and peppers, a sprinkle of cheese make a tasty taco. Add radishes for crunch.

csa share 07/21/11

Five and a half pounds of zucchini. Yep. Some ideas:

I hope I have enough zucchini!

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Can’t go wrong.

csa share 07/21/11

Those tomatoes are all gone (see note under first photo) and the micro basil is not long for this world.

Some cucumber thoughts:

What’s plentiful where you live? Are you tired of squash yet?

Last year’s share about this time — bigger padrons, more eggplant!

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Kelley @ Just Call Me Jack July 25, 2011 at 5:17 pm

Cherries, cherries, cherries! I love them. They were at our local farmer’s market.

I haven’t eaten too much squash lately… but I do like it. I’m gonna have to get me some :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog!


Stacy July 28, 2011 at 9:21 am

Mmm, I ate so many cherries this spring. They’re gone here, but I’m eating an embarrassing amount of peaches and nectarines to make up for it.

Same to you, Kelley! =)


Punctuation Mark July 31, 2011 at 7:21 am

i love these images… we’ve had pretty hot weather for a while and because of that our produce is not that good… hope you’re having a great weekend!


Stacy August 4, 2011 at 8:38 am

Thanks so much for stopping by. =)


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