Beautiful winter cabbages! We were very happy to see the snow melt away and expose these little beauties. Varieties include the heirloom January King and hybrid Deadon. They are not the most dense cabbage we’ve ever grown, but the flavor is crunchy, fresh, strong & sweet. Enjoy.
Amazing recipes for cabbage and everything else in your share are available to members at Cook With What You Have. If you joined our Winter CSA you will find your password in the member email. Enjoy 24/7 access to recipe inspiration!
This week your share may include…
- Brussel Sprouts: These stalk are short, but the sprouts are still tasty and good. Roast them under the broiler or boil them up with some gnocchi & pesto in this One Pot Wonder.
- Cabbage: Nice little heads with a pretty purple blush.
- Carrots: What could be better than sweet winter carrots : )
- Celery Root (Celeriac): Peel the outer layer off and use the tender center for celery root remoulade or roast them with other root veggies or sauté and add to soup.
- Tuscan Kale: This beautiful Italian kale made it through the snow remarkably well. It is sweet from the cold and can be used raw or sautéed.
- Leeks: Lovely winter leeks. This is perfect weather for a potato leek soup or a leek galette.
- Yellow Potatoes: Yum!
- Rutabaga: You will find over a dozen rutabaga recipes at CookWithWhatYouHave.
- Butternut Squash: Try any of these fresh new ideas for roasted winter squash.
Coming soon… hopefully no more snow!