Saturday, June 4, 2011

First Enterprise CSA Box

We got our first CSA box from Enterprise Farm yesterday, and I think we can say ... WORTH THE WAIT. This is Enterprise's large share, containing onions, sweet potatoes, lettuce, kale, bok choy, cucumbers, asparagus, fiddleheads, tomatoes, and strawberries.

(Has it really only been two months since our winter CSA ended? We've been through some dark culinary times since, so we've been literally counting the days for this.)

Our whole house gathered to eat the (amazing, delicious, incredible) strawberries and tomatoes with our breakfast of bacon and eggs and Italian grocery leftovers (bread, olives, burrata) this morning, and to collegially argue about what to do with the asparagus (rolled into crepes? with Hollandaise sauce?) and fiddleheads (with pasta? with Hollandaise sauce?). Delicious days ahead!

(Through a minor snafu, we didn't get our box until Friday and missed this week's newsletter. Any Enterprise subscribers know where the amazing strawberries come from?)


  1. I like love fresh veggies and fruits, nothing compares their nutritional value. Great fresh Vegetable and furits.

  2. We've got the Enterprise half share! What'd you guys end up doing with the fiddleheads? We did a quick boil, sauteed them in bacon fat, and threw them in with the bacon, rotini, roasted asparagus and an herb bechamel (sage, oregano, thyme). It was awesome!

    -Ashley P.

  3. Yay! So excited to share recipes with you, Ashley! (And your fiddleheads sound awesome.)

    We also did a pasta recipe, inspired by another Enterprise farm share blogger. Details and photos soon.