Taste of the season

26 Oct

I love when seasons change and bring new produce. Summer is full of light, refreshing meals made with local greens, berries, and herbs. The CSA share was commonly 50% greens- mesclun, arugula, head lettuce, brussel sprout leaves- it was hard to avoid eating salads! Now that it’s fall, I’m hankering heartier fare. Pumpkin soup, butternut squash ravioli, roasted beets.

When my summer CSA share ended, I knew that I had to sign up for the autumn share. Miss out on New England’s fall veggies? I don’t think so. Unfortunately, the girls I split the summer share with weren’t looking to continue, but after some asking around, I found a new buddy to split the box with.

The first couple of weeks had fall crops of some vegetables we had gotten in the spring, such as bok choy and radishes, as well as late summer/early fall veggies (tomatoes!!). Now, we’re starting to get acorn squash, leeks, and carrots.

I like to browse TasteSpotting for recipes, and pin the ones that catch my eye.

Find me on Pinterest and we can be recipe friends! I’m always looking for something new and yummy to make!

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