First, the Fifth Crow Farm CSA box contained:
A bunch of lovely, stubby carrots
A big ol' bunch of spinach
Two heads of lovely lettuce
A savoy cabbage
Some spring onions
A bag of dried beans
Two pints of strawberries (of all sizes)
Half a dozen lovely eggs
As usual, having to find space in my fridge for the new goods prompted me to work on consuming some of the previous stock. I cooked half a head of cabbage last night for dinner--a simple saute in coconut oil with some crushed red pepper and tamari sauce for seasoning. Half a broccoli went into this morning's breakfast. (I love vegetables for breakfast.) I currently have six beets, but I'm holding on to those for a dinner party on Sunday.
I'm really excited to make a salad tonight, using the olive oil and apricot lavender balsamic vinegar purchased during last Saturday's trip to the market. Plus it is liver and onions night! Yay liver!
Speaking of liver, I received my first CSA box from Marin Sun Farms:
2 pounds ground goat
3 pounds ground lamb
1 pound lamb stew meat
3 1/2 pound boneless pig leg
I added on to my regular order, and also obtained about 2 pounds of lamb's liver and 2 pounds of assorted cow bones. Liver is an important part of my diet, so I want to be sure of a good supply, and the Holding Ranch booth at the farmers' market only occasionally has liver available. I certainly haven't seen it at Whole Foods. I'm excited about making some batches of bone broth in my crock pot. (You can google it to read up on the purported health benefits.) Plus, this weekend I'm finally going to process up a batch of homemade vegetable bouillon.
So many things are on my to-do list for Saturday, it's almost scary. If I get most of them done, that will be fine by me.