bok choy

Simply Fresh–week 2–Garlic Scapes, Broccoli Rabe, and More Bok Choy

Garlic Scapes Garlic scapes are the stems that grow up from garlic bulbs.  Think somewhat tough scallions that taste like a mild version of bright fresh garlic. Garlic scapes can be eaten raw or cooked, whole or chopped.  They can be pickled, roasted, grilled, sautéed, or used in pestos.  The stems can be tough, however, …

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Simply Fresh-Week 1-Pea Shoots, Choi, Kohlrabi, and Strawberries

The beginning of CSA season is always salad season for me.  We tend to receive plenty of lettuce, along with radishes, Hakurei salad turnips, pea shoots, and different varieties of choy and cabbage, all which lend themselves to wonderful salad combinations. Pea shoots are a terrific addition to salads and they are also great sautéed, …

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Simply Fresh–Week 15–This and That

There was such an abundance of wonderful late summer produce at the farm yesterday I literally couldn’t choose what to focus on.  So I decided to share some new and some old recipes for several of these wonderful veggies coming our way, including lemongrass, radishes, bok choy, green peppers, tomatillos, raspberries, husk cherries, eggplant, cilantro, …

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