Butternut Squash and Caramelized Onion Galette
Last fall, my friend Melissa brought my attention to a butternut squash galette recipe on Smitten Kitchen. I didn't get around to making it and sorely regretted it all year. So this year I determined to make it as soon as it started to get chilly out. Boy, am I glad I did! A sweet and creamy filling wrapped up in a flaky, buttery crust - there is nothing better.
These posts are a little behind schedule - the CSA finished a couple of weeks ago, but I have been bad about posting. Sorry about that!
In the crate this week:
Tomatoes - large and small
Onions - red and white
You may be wondering what happened to week 5 - unfortunately I was unable to pick up my share that weekend. Not to worry - when this happens the food is donated, not thrown out.
We have joined a CSA this year - it stands for Community Supported Agriculture and what it means is that you buy a share in a local farm and they deliver produce to you weekly. The CSA that we joined is Dragonfly Farms and you can read all the information about it here. We got our first share this week and, as you can see, it was packed full with good stuff!
Beautiful! What was in the crate:
1 head of butter lettuce
1 head of Romaine
a big bag of spinach (10-15 oz)
a bunch of asparagus
2 green/spring onions
several stalks of rhubarb
a pint of hothouse strawberries
4 tomatoes on the vine
a pint of English peas