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What's in My CSA Box?

Posted 4/9/2015 8:12am by Jill Rendleman.

Lots of densely nutritious greens and lettuces this week.  Members will find Red romaine and baby green romaine lettuces in their share, a nice combination for a pretty spring salad.  Corvair spinach is also included.....i like to combine the spinach with a fav nut or seed, dried fruit such as cranberry or fresh pear or tart apple, sliced red or green onions.  Whisk up olive oil, rice vinegar, and a little honey and a little dijon mustard and lightly toss together, then cover with a few blue cheese crumbles.   Of course it is wonderful just on its own with this dressing, but the combination makes it a meal!  Also in your box is a greens mix.....this is a secret All Seasons greens mix which includes tatsoi, mizuna, baby kale, baby cabbage, arugula, and more plus lots of pretty yellow greens flowers.  This is also best with a light sweet dressing.....or some people stir fry it in olive oil and garlic and place on a bed of potatoes or rice or quinoa.  Enjoy!!!!  your farmer, jill





 

Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920

www.allseasons-farm.com

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