Near Manhattan? Come try my stew this week.
My CSAs are overloading me with abundant, delicious vegetables and fruit. I can’t eat them all and I’ve invited all the friends I can.
Last week I hosted someone almost every evening (including a journalist from a Japanese magazine — I’ll be huge in Japan!). I still can’t finish it all.
You’ve read or heard about my famous no-packaging vegetable stews. If you’re near New York, invite yourself over and try some. I’m serious. If you read my blog regularly, email me and schedule coming over.
Here are pictures of a fraction of it. I have
- Broccoli rabe
- Mustard greens
- Lion’s mane mushroom, which I’d never heard of before
- A couple kinds of lettuce
- Butternut squash
- Honey nut squash
- Asian pears
- Some pumpkin looking squash
- And more.
You’ll see in the upper left of the picture a jar of sauerkraut. Fermenting vegetables means overload. I still have two other heads of cabbage in the fridge waiting for me to mash and salt them.
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