Friday, October 9, 2009
Produce list for 9/12
Celery root, also called celeriac, is an edible root vegetable in the celery family. The stalks and leaves of celery root strongly resemble celery, although they are not very good to eat. Celery root itself is a lumpy tuber of unprepossessing appearance, although it packs an excellent taste and is used throughout European cuisine, especially in France. Celery root is beginning to be popular in the United States, with more cooks discovering its myriad uses.
Cherokee Tomatoes-One of the most flavorful of the heirloom varieties.
Sugar Pumpkins-for your table until Halloween, and then you can use it like any other hard squash.
Fresh Bay Leaves-Perfect for soups, stews, braises, sauteing.
Just picked Oyster, Shitake, Crimini, and Wood Ear Mushrooms
September Yummy Pluots
Fall Flavor Pluots
Banana Russian Fingerling Potatoes
Red Leaf Lettuce
Green Bell Peppers
Baby Orange Carrots