Last Bag for August!

Posted by on Aug 23, 2010 in Recipes | 3 comments

Aloha fresh local foodies!  We have another great bag this week:  Yummy apple bananas, chinese parsley,and white radishes from Pit Farm, tatsoi from Nalo Farms, Ho Farms tomatoes, fresh lettuce from Maunawili Greens, and organic tangerines from Poamoho Organic Produce!  I can’t wait for some tangerines and bananas in my morning yogurt!

Aloha Oahu Fresh clients!  Just a note:  our farmer at Pit Farm was not able to get enough Maui Onion for this week’s delivery, so he supplied a variety of produce.  We hope to provide you with some great Maui Onion soon, and hope you liked your substitute!  Thank you for trying local produce!!

For anyone who hasn’t had tatsoi before, it’s an Asian green similar to spinach.  It’s very good in salads, or steamed or wilted with meat, fish, or pasta.  If you search tatsoi on this website you will find several dishes to try in addition to the ones listed here.

Easy Sauteed Tatsoi and Gingery Sauteed Tatsoi with Tofu Steaks

Tatsoi with Garam Masala tatsoi with Indian flavor!

Tumeric Rubbed  Branzino with Tatsoi and Peanuts You don’t need to follow this exactly but the recipe gives you a great feel for what you can serve with your fresh veggies and the pictures are fantastic.

Hawaiian Grilled Tuna with Maui Onion Slaw Everyone probably has most of the ingredients for this already …just pick up the tuna and wine!

Carmelized Maui Onion Dip just in time for Labor Day picnics

Goat Cheese and Maui Onion Tart from the Hali`imaile General Store Cookbook

Yogurt with White Radish another Indian recipe that will use the white radish and chinese parsley (Cilantro)

Savory Slaw with Mint and Cilantro another great recipe that will use the chinese parsley and daikon

3 Comments

  1. 8-27-2010

    Not a huge fan of radishes, I’m going to try this easy recipe for roasting them with vinegar!
    http://www.whiteonricecouple.com/gardening/roasted-radishes-salad/

  2. 8-28-2010

    thanks Donna-Matt will take care of this.

  3. 8-28-2010

    Thanks for the recipe Amy! I might try that today with mine…sounds yummy.

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