I think my bok choy might be infected

Every week we get a delivery of fresh, locally-grown, organic fruits and vegetables delivered to our house. It’s like a CSA, only different.  The end product is the same though. The items are random depending on what’s in season and available. Most of the time it is wonderful ( potatoes, tomatoes, martini, bikini), sometimes it is scary (should I put some kind of ointment on that bok choy) and every time it leaves me scrambling to try to use up everything before it goes bad. How many peaches can one family take? The only things I can think of to do with them are fattening, peach cobbler, peach ice cream, etc.

This weeks haul will include:

  • Hydro Boston Bibb……………..1 head
  • Fennel………………………………. 1 pcs
  • Broccoli……………………………. 1 bunch
  • Yukon Gold Potatoes………… 2 lbs
  • Zucchini……………………………. 1 lbs
  • !
    Yellow Squash………………….. 1 lbs
  • Tomatoes…………………………. 2 lbs
  • Peaches…………………………… 8 pcs
  • Nectarines………………………… 5-6 pcs
  • Apples……………………………… 6 pcs

More peaches and nectarines, argh! I guess I need to learn to can things? I’ve already made enough pureed baby peaches to last until Caroline needs purees again in old age.  And fennel! I’ve never used fennel. That’s half the point though.  It makes get out of our rut when it comes to meal. Time to comb the internets for fennel recipes.

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