I didn’t do anything creative with our strawberries, but none were wasted. Here’s how boring I was (and you can be too!):
1) Snack on them “straight.”
2) Make strawberry pancakes. Just chop and add them right to the batter
3) Put them on your cereal.
I really, really wanted to make a strawberry pie, but I couldn’t find the time. How lame is that? Maybe I was a little bit scared, too. I haven’t ever made strawberry pie before (and certainly never gluten free).
Now don’t forget there is a major delay in my CSA posting — life just got in the way. This box arrived at my door more than a month ago:
For those of you hanging on until this series is over, I’ve just got a couple more weeks to post (and I think I’ll double up on CSA posts next week) and then I’ll wrap up my CSA blog posting.
It’s the height of the growing season so farmer’s markets are overflowing with produce. For the rest of the summer (after I wrap up CSA posting next week), I‘m going to be blogging about what I buy at the farmer’s market and how you can incorporate more fresh fruit and veggies into your diet.
Tomato Mountain CSA: Strawberries, Garlic scapes, Rainbow chard, Lettuce, Tokyo Bekana