So I bought my very first “Good Food Box” yesterday. I paid $15 for 20lbs of fresh fruits and vegetables. The GFB is organized by a group of volunteers at different places around the city. The produce is all presorted in the boxes and you get what they give you. I got so many different kinds of produce that I wouldn’t normally buy. Here is a picture of what was in my food box:
I would never buy honeydew, zucchini, butternut squash or onions that are that huge. So now I have to figure out what kind of things I should make with them. I made butternut squash fries today and they were quite tasty. And now I have enough potatoes and radishes to choke a horse! LOL. I might make potato soup or something 😀 Does anyone know what to do with radishes besides put them in salad? :blank:
There were also two different kinds of oranges in the box. Does anyone know the names of them?
Peter and I think one might be a tangerine or something. I don’t know, we never really buy oranges, except those little cuties. We haven’t tasted them yet, so any ideas on what kinds they are??
I just hope that Peter and I eat all the produce before it all goes bad!
Filed under: Food
4 Responses to “Good Food Box”