asparagus, chard, chives, kale, mushrooms, mint, mustard greens, radishes, spinach, sunchokes
What’s for Dinner?
With the sun (mostly) shining now, it’s time to start thinking in earnest about the spring CSA sign-ups. Check out my “what’s a CSA” page for all the nuts and bolts related to CSAs. The Oregonian has also done a nice job of detailing out some options. The Portland Farmers Market is open in full force as well, bringing so many of these farms to us each week in the Park Blocks and elsewhere around the city. You just can’t escape it…farm fresh is where it’s at! Thank you Hood River Organic, for this table toppling with bounty from our beautiful Columbia Gorge! Stay tuned, next week kicks off my summer CSA’s (Sauvie Island Organics) season. I can’t wait!
Friday – pizza, tv trays, & movie
grilled pizza with asparagus, scallions & fontina (Food and Wine)
Saturday – rice pudding, rediscovered
curried red lentil & chard stew (Bon Appetit)
kheer (rice pudding) (Manjula’s Kitchen)
Sunday – 7 minute savory
baked kale, tomatoes, & egg (Katherine Deumling, SIO Blog)
crusty bakery bread
Monday – it’s all about the pie
garlic roasted sunchokes (The Kitchn)
grilled marinated flank steak (Simply Recipes)
strawberry rhubarb pie (Deb Perleman, The Smitten Kitchen)
Tuesday – switched up sammie night
steak and swiss chard paninis (Real Simple)
Wednesday – shitakes & chop sticks
stir-fry with mushrooms & mustard greens (Bon Appetit)
Thursday – hooray, harissa!
pastaworks farro salad (Pastaworks)