What I Made This Week: Turnip, Pea & Kohlrabi Stir-Fry

I published a post today on our CSA’s blog, Monroe Organic Farms.  Just a quick one with a stir-fry recipe at the end.

If you’re here from the Monroe blog for the first time, feel free to look around and see what crazy farm-style hijinks we are up to here in the city… bees and chickens and garden, and a few other odd projects.  Plus green cleaning, clothes lines and other green-style stuff.  Welcome.

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Categories: Community, CSA, Food, Recipes | Tags: , , , | 7 Comments

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7 thoughts on “What I Made This Week: Turnip, Pea & Kohlrabi Stir-Fry

  1. Bev Gay

    Thanks for the recipe. Sometimes I’m not always sure what every thing in my share is not to mention how to cook it! I cheated added Green onions and left out the funny purple things 🙂 Look forward to more suggestions. Thanks bev

    • The funny purple things are the kohlrabi, Bev! They are quite tasty once you peel them. And they are crunchy! My boys eat them for snacks. Husband too! 😉

  2. I really like working with kohlrabi. They make a delicate soup and I also saw that they can be pickled.

  3. Great option for kohlrabi! People are often stumped by this strange looking veggie.

    I would love for you to come link up to my CSA link party…http://inherchucks.com/2012/06/06/whats-in-the-box-29/. Hope to see you there!

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