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Thursday, November 1st
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Inside Your Share
You MAY find the following items in this week's share. Actual contents vary based on share size, pick-up location, and harvest variations.
Peppers- Chili, Banana, Bell, and Jalapeno
Winter Squash- We were forced to harvest all remaining winter squash before it was damaged by frost. Place unripe squash in a sunny location and it will ripen.
Cabbage- Red and Green
Cooking Herb Bundles
Cheese Shares from Daily Crisis Farm
This weeks cheese shares will receive: Farmer's Choice If you are interested in adding local cheese or eggs to your share, please contact Gina: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please return your empty green bags each time you pick up your share. Our egg distributor no longer accepts returned egg cartons. Please recycle these at home.
Caramelized Cabbage and Onions
1/4cupgarlicwhole or crushed cloves, skin off
1cabbage(use half if very large cabbage - whole head if small) sliced into thin strips
Heat butter in large pan on medium-high heat until melted and foamy.
Add diced onions to pan, cook until soft and transparent, about 4 minutes. Stir to prevent sticking or burning.
Add garlic to pan, cook until fragrant and soft, about 3 minutes.
Add cabbage to pan and toss well to coat in butter.
Generously season with salt.
Let cabbage reduce by half, about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally as it cooks down to prevent burning and allow it to cook evenly.
When cabbage has lost much of it's volume and started to turn shiny, slightly translucent, and has lovely browned bits, it is ready to serve.
Remove from heat and plate with your favorite meat, casserole, fish, or other main dish!
Parmesan Garlic Cabbage
2 1/2tbspolive oil
1red onionfinely sliced
7handfuls shredded green cabbage
1/2 - 3/4cupshredded Parmesan
Salt and pepper
Heat oil in a large skillet over high heat.
Add garlic and onion - cook for 2 minutes until onion is translucent.
Add cabbage and cook until wilted.
Stir through Parmesan, season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve!
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