Oven-Baked Chicken with Celery and Fennel
This is our new go-to in the house. I love how simple it is, and how the veggies cook with the chicken, thus enhancing the flavor of both. Like most things, I usually burn it (I secretly like the burnt flavor though ;))and it is still delicious but do check on it as cooking time depends on how big you like to cut the chicken. This a no-recipe recipe: adapt it to your needs according to these general guidelines.
Coconut Cod Corn Chowder
Corn chowder is a favorite here as it uses so many of our favorite ingredients. If you are like us, you froze the corn from last summer's harvest and this is precisely one of the best recipes to use it for. Add your favorite veggies, like carrots, and I highly recommend you make it with celery and kale.
This brightly coloured probiotic drink is slightly sour, salty, earthy, and delicious! Beets not only provide the colour, but also a source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, folate, manganese, copper, and potassium.
Ginger Pickled Carrots
This is a recipe from a new CSA member who recommends it as a great recipe for the bounty of carrots that are probably in your fridge right now! She recommends it with wraps, with salad or with anything for that matter. You can reduce the sugar to taste.