I find it a little bit sad that it took me 2 weeks to post that last recipe even though I brought my laptop with me during our christmas travels. I am enjoying the food blogging gig as a way to track what we eat and sometimes inspire me to step out of cooking ruts and try new things purely for the sake of posting them. I thought that I would be able to take the month of December off, or at least manage to do some sort of recap and fix errant tagging, and start fresh in January with a new focus – breakfast. But there are still a few lingering CSA vegetables in my fridge (and freezer, but I believe I managed to write about those as they hit the freezer). What is left, a good one month after the weekly shares ended?
- one questionable turnip (I had to toss the other turnip out as it was a bit moldy – drats)
- one questionable small head of red cabbage
- one questionable smallish head of green cabbage
Soup would be an obvious answer to using up these vegetables, unfortunately my freezer is full and that includes at least 8 cups of soup from the past few months. We did manage to use the last of the carrots up yesterday in our veggie lasagna, but I really don’t think a layer of grated carrots in lasagna is enough to constitute a full blog post about using my CSA veggies. Hopefully I’ll decide on a couple dishes very soon and it will be onto the breakfast cooking – that has better luck of being made during natural light hours.