I realize that last time I did a CSA round-up, it sounded like it was my final share. I really meant 'last' as in previous, not final. But, this post does wrap up the end of my CSA. Several weeks ago I picked up share #9, and selected corn, spinach, potatoes, green peppers, tomatoes, dino kale, leeks, and cabbage. It's so strange seeing tomatoes and corn right now, and hard to believe that I was enjoying them just a few weeks ago.
The corn, tomatoes, and kale went into a spaghetti squash recipe:
I used the leeks, potatoes, and cabbage to make another batch of cabbage, potato, and sausage soup (I told you I loved it). I ate the spinach and green peppers in several salads.
I used the cabbage to make one of my favorite (and perhaps the simplest) veggie dish: roasted cabbage
The sweet potatoes, which were some of the best that I've ever eaten, were roasted with white potatoes and butternut squash:
And finally, I baked a few chicken breasts with leeks and peppers:
It's really sad that my experience with Titus Farms is over. If I were planning to live in Michigan next year, I would sign up again in a heartbeat. They are planning to have a winter CSA next year, and I'm jealous of everyone who will be able to enjoy even more of their delicious produce. I just hope that I'll have good CSA options wherever I end up next year. Did anyone else have a great first CSA experience?