- Tokyo Turnips – roast whole or in wedges tossed in oil and dried herbs. Don’t forget to eat the young, nutritious greens! They are an excellent source of vitamin C. Recipe below.
- Roselle Hibiscus – makes refreshing hot or cold tea.
- Spring Mix – from Frog Song Organics, a mix of arugula and red & green mizuna.
- Sweet Potato Yams – roast whole for an easy side.
- Cucumbers – Frog Song nonconformers or Worden Farm
- Bok Choy – Worden Farm
- Leaf Lettuce – Worden Farm
- Fairytale Eggplant – The Family Garden – These baby eggplant are tender and flavorful.
- Green Bell Peppers – The Family Garden
- Green Beans or Yard Long Beans – Little Pond Farm
Toss eggplant + other veggies in a homemade Szechuan sauce and serve over rice! https://www.feastingathome.com/chinese-eggplant/
Check out this simple recipe for sautéing tops of turnips or other bitter greens: https://artofnaturalliving.com/spicy-turnip-greens/
There are lots of easy cucumber salad recipes. Can’t go wrong with cukes, red onion or shallots and a splash of vinegar! This one uses a few of the veggies in season right now: https://www.themediterraneandish.com/mediterranean-cucumber-salad-recipe/
From our recipe blog: a thai-inspired coconut soup which features bok choy and fresh turmeric! https://frogsongorganics.com/coconut-bok-choy-soup/
Roselle will be abundant until the first frost! If you aren’t going to use the fresh calyces within the week, we recommend freezing to preserve freshness. Here’s our recommendation for making tea: https://frogsongorganics.com/roselle-hibiscus-tea/