Winter 2018-19 Week 1 (Dec. 4th)


Broccoli, garlic, red onion, turnip greens, green cabbage, spinach, brussels, leek, potatoes, bok choy (2 kinds), carrots, swiss chard, beets, collard greens, arugula.


Fall 2018 Week 9 (Nov. 28th)


Turnips, bok choy, young leeks, beets, napa cabbage, spinach, salad mix, onion, swiss chard, brussels, yukon gold potatoes, garlic, carrot, radish, kabocha squash, korean daikon radish, pea shoots.

These large brussels are perfect shaved in salad or a hash. I cooked up bacon pieces with potato cubes and added the ribbons of brussels. Roast kabocha squash and eat simply with cinnamon (and brown sugar if you want sweeter) or puree into soup. Sprinkle that with pea shoots for flavor and texture brightness. Turnips I love to mix with regular potatoes for mashed potatoes.

Fall 2018 Week 7 (Nov 13th)


Curly leaf kale, arugula, baby greens (spinach, kale, chard) salad mix, purple cabbage, swiss chard, turnip greens, brussels sprouts, poblano pepper, leek, onion, beets, yukon gold potatoes, garlic.

How about a potato leek soup or frittata? And add the poblano pepper for a little heat in either one. Or roast beets and brussels in a baking sheet for a colorful side dish. And here are 20 swiss chard recipes.

Fall 2018 Week 3 (Oct 16th)


Small share: Spaghetti squash, spinach, salad mix, baby bok choy, arugula, iceberg, miniature romain (x2), eggplant (x2), onion, garlic, kohlrabi, broccoli, red bell pepper.


I was pretty shocked to see a head of iceberg! The first in my 8 years of Zoe’s Garden CSA. But, it will make a fabulous wedge saladHere is a great guide for 5 ways to cook spaghetti squash (microwave, instapot, oven, etc.).  If anybody in your house is sick, try making an Asian chicken soup with bok choy and add tumeric. Or julienne kohlrabi and shred bok choy to make a slaw. If you have a large kohlrabi you can roast it cut like french fries.