The Farmshare Project

Thinking of joining a farmshare but afraid you won't know what to do with all that shit? Already joined a farmshare and freaked out by What The F Do I Do With Kale? Like to make fun of people who love vegetables?

You're all in the right place.

You can take a look at the used-to-be-weekly Farmshare Project posts, in which I described what we got in our weekly share, what we did with each thing and how many got chucked at the neighbor kids or, if you're just a recipe whore/desperate Kale-haver, you can just come to this tab and see what the F I did with all those vegetables.

Where F stands for Farmshare, of course.

If you're more of a visual learner (aren't we all?), take a look at my Farmshare Recipes Pinterest Board to see what these things all look like.

Redundancy warning: Some of these recipes overlap. Like, I might include White Bean Pasta w/ Kale for both kale and leeks and I expect you to just deal with it. 

Recipes by vegetable
Arugula: Pesto, in salads, in sandwiches,  in soups
Basil: Vietnamese Table Salad, Pesto (sub basil for arugula)
Cauliflower: Added to Punjab choley to create a Punjab Choley Gobi, 
Cilantro: Chopped and added to Punjab Choley Gobi dish, Fresh spring rolls
Collards: Compost them!
Choi (bok, pok, mei quin): Chicken salad
Eggplant: Eggplant Parmesan
EggsChopped cobb salad
Escarole:  Uh?
Fennel:  Fennel Citrus Salad,
Mizuna: In Citrus Salad,  
OnionsChopped and added to Punjab Choley Gobi, Potroast Pie 
Vietnamese Table Salad 
Radishes: Thai Chicken Soup, radish sandwiches, 
Sprouts: On salad, in sandwiches
Strawberries: Strawberry Pie, sorbet, strawberry rhubarb crisp, smoothies, on top of ice cream or yogurt, Strawberry Salad,
Tatsoi: Giant Salad