Week 1 & 2 ~ What the Kholrabi?
July 8, 2019
Purplette bunching onions
Use as you would scallions
They’re even sweeter than red beets! Try eating them raw over a salad by shaving off thin slices using a mandoline or vegetable peeler.
It pairs well with meats, and transforms any pitcher of water into a refreshing elixir
Red butterhead lettuce
A few early Jalapenos
Don’t lie. You’re all asking the same thing: “What am I supposed to do with that?” So, to answer your question, here it is… The Top 10 Things To Do With Kholrabi
One. Invite it to the table – mi casa es casa de Kholrabi!
Two. Style its hair!
Three. Discuss Brexit over tea!
Four. Pretend you have a pet alien!
Five. Use it to relieve stress!
Six. Practice your kissing!
Seven. Role play reflective communication!
Eight. Recognize what it might look like without its leaves!!
Nine. Recognize that if you tried to out-run it, you wouldn’t make it!
Ten. And finally, EAT that Kholrabi! And if you do decide to eat that Kholrabi, then please do share with us your creations! Here are a few ideas for how to enjoy it!
Kholrabi Recipe Ideas
Roasted Kholrabi from Cooking on the Weekends
Kholrabi slaw with cilantro, jalapeno, and lime from Feasting at Home
Spicy Crunchy Kholrabi Noodles from Love and Lemons
Stuff the damn thing, with cheese! from Food52
Do a quick pickle, this one from Viet World Kitchen
Stir fry it, with bacon and scallions by Bon Appetite
Thanks for reading!
Here are some creations by CSA members this past week!
Roasted Hakurei w/ greens, by Keith Catone
Scallions grilled whole to perfection, by Kata Lorenzo
Lobster innards fried rice with scallions and zucchini, by Judy Khy