The corn was sauteed with zucchini and topped a lovely pink potato along with beans and salsa made with a few of the heirloom tomatoes:
The eggplant and the rest of the tomatoes went into ratatouille:
And now for the exciting part! Every year Titus Farms invites all of its CSA members out to the main farm for a tour and tomato tasting. Even though I had way too much to do, I couldn't miss this. They have four farms, so we didn't get to see everything, but here are a few highlights:
I resisted the urge to pick this eggpplant
Yummy cabbage :)
Kale, of course. There were many jokes among the CSA members about the insane amounts of greens that we've received and finding ways to hide them in various recipes.
Delicious raspberries! They let us pick as many as we wanted, and I certainly took advantage of it.
My favorite activity was the heirloom tomato tasting. They had 17 varieties for us to try, and we voted on our favorite, least favorite, the "most tomato-like", and prettiest. I gave all of them a fair shot, but nothing beats green zebras in my opinion. I also enjoyed the Giant Belgiums, and voted that they had the most classic tomato taste.