Happy Thanksgiving members! Besides the obvious brussels sprout side dish, try mashed turnips (alone or mixed in with potatoes), Swiss chard gratin, and a fennel pear stuffing I often use fennel in place of sausage since it has the same flavor as the anise in sausage. And since we have been getting lots of cabbage, here’s a recipe that I know will be great because I’ve learned that cabbage with a mustard sauce is a good thing. Also, since we didn’t get a big pie-full amount of one fruit, I’ll be making tarts instead of pie. They’re somehow fancier and use much less fruit.
Small: baby fennel, rutabaga, turnips, daikon radishes, swiss chard, napa cabbage, baby purple daikon radishes, romain (x2), ornamental cabbage, broccoli, onions, shallot, fuji apples, asian pears, brussels sprouts, watermelon radish, spinach.
Medium add: spinach, ornamental cabbage, romain, brussels sprouts, granny smith apples.