Thursday, June 17, 2010
Stone Soup Farm CSA: Week Two
Here's our half share from Stone Soup Farms this week: red leaf lettuce, a quarter pound of spinach, lacinato kale, garlic scapes, turnips and POPCORN! I'm pretty excited about that last one, as we are popcorn fans here at Hungry Bruno. I especially like it with pimenton de la vera, Spanish smoked paprika, and butter. What do you put on your popcorn?
I used the turnip greens and spinach to make a galette, as I had some leftover 3:2:1 pie dough (about 10 ounces) from the rhubarb pie I made last weekend. I caramelized one onion, then added the greens and sauteed them until they were wilty. Rolled out the dough, spread a tablespoon of dijon mustard on it, then a flurry of grated cheddar (gruyere would be nice, too!), then the onions and greens and a little more cheese. I crimped up the edges and slid the whole shebang on parchment onto the baking stone in my 375 degree oven. Thirty-five minutes later: dinner. With asparagus and lemony butter. Not bad for a Tuesday!
Posted by Adrienne at 9:41 AM
Labels: cheese, CSA, greens, onions, pie, Stone Soup Farm, vegetables, vegetarian/vegan
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I bought those same salad turnips at the Copley Market last week and I couldn't think what to do with the greens, thanks so much for this idea, next time they won't wilt in my crisper...ReplyDelete
oh wow, that galette sounds awesome. i'm totally jealous of your farm share haul :) and what a great topping for popcorn! i really need to make my own sometime soon!ReplyDelete
Popcorn is one of my favorite snacks and there's nothing better than super fresh popcorn. :-)ReplyDelete
Wow. that looks so good! And sounds so effortless!ReplyDelete
"Not bad for a Tuesday..." Personally I think this is a pretty spectacular meal for a Tuesday :)ReplyDelete
the galette looks delish. I love that super fresh, local produce requires little fuss to be made delicious. Michael Chiarello has a recipe for popcorn with finely chopped rosemary and lemon zest and I can attest to it's pretty yummy.ReplyDelete
I was just at the farmers market eyeing all these greens. Maybe I'll brave something like this :)ReplyDelete
This sounds way too perfect! I like the mustard and cheese too & I'll definitely be giving this a try soon. My csa hasn't kicked in yet and I'm super envious of your haul. Love the popcorn!!ReplyDelete
Oh! I looove that book! It sees a lot of use here in my kitchen.ReplyDelete
And so, I think, will this idea. This is a perfect idea for these early greens.
i love your blog, which i just discovered from jessica's blog-- yay!! i have to start trying some of your vegetarian recipes, and posting them on my blog :)
Boy oh boy, your galette looks delicious. What a treat the popcorn must be! And, to answer your question, I like kettle corn. :)ReplyDelete