Rain, rain go away….welcome to a more normal winter here in the islands. We have been spoiled with not very rainy winters for a few years, which is great except it leaves us with drought conditions. But this needed rain is also making it difficult for farmers to plant, harvest, and everything in between! Luckily we were still able to come up with a really diverse bag this week. You’ll be receiving organic keiki greens from Kahumana Farm, string beans, grape tomatoes, and Japanese cucumbers from Pacific Gateway Farms, apple bananas from Frankie’s Nursery, and bok choy and green onions from Green Growers. We’re sure you will find some time inside in your kitchen a pleasure when you’re cooking up all this delicious food.
10 Ways to Enjoy Green Beans other than in a casserole!
Not sure what to do with your Japanese cucumbers? Try Tsukemono, a Japanese style of pickling.
Slow Roasted Tomatoes I may have posted this or something similar before, but slow roasted tomatoes are just.too.good!
Mixed Greens Salad with Parmigiano Crisps Elevate your salad game with an easy but elegant way to showcase cheese on top.
Spicy Shrimp and Bok Choy Noodle Bowl This one is a winner for many reasons, but mostly because it’s EASY! You can have this done and ready to eat in 30m.
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