week eleven

week eleven includes

tomatoes - mixed










swiss chard

What to do with them? How to Store? Recipes below!

garlic – we don't need to tell you who to use up this little gem.

(keep in a dark/dry place)

zucchini - see the week 10 blog post for a zucchini recipe round up

(store in the fridge in a plastic bag)

kale – don’t forget to give it a little massage and remove the stem.

(store in the fridge)

carrots – this carrot salad recipe looks good.

(discard the carrot tops (they leach moisture from the roots) before storing them both in plastic bags in the fridge)

eggplant – and a beautiful one at that. Cut up and add to a stir-fry, a curry, or roasted or grilled veggies!

(store in the fridge)

parsley – use this fresh in recipes!

(tuck it into a glass with an inch of water at the bottom and leave on the counter or in fridge)

beans – beans beans beans! We love beans! you should really try pickling some!

(store in a bag in the fridge)

tomatoes – aren’t they gorgeous!? You should try out the tomato galette recipe below.

(store on the counter, never in the fridge)

scallions - we love to add fresh scallions to home made tuna pasta salad!

(keep in the fridge in a bag or in a glass with an inch of water in the bottom, on the counter)

potatoes - they're so new and so delicious!

(store in a dark place)

peppers - sweet red or orange peppers. We mostly eat these raw because they're so sweet and tender.

(store in the fridge)

swiss chard - don't forget to saute the stalks a little before adding the leaves. We made this swiss chard paneer recipe last night, it's delish.

(store in a bag in the fridge)


Check out the recipe section on our website for a variety of home-tested recipes to help you make the most of your veggies.

cherry tomato galette

Beans Gremolata

polenta tart with roasted cherry tomatoes

beans and greens tacos

tomato and lentil salad with feta and herbs

marinated zucchini with herb vinaigrette

parsley ravioli

lentils with roasted tomatoes

marinated lentils

roasted vegetables over polenta