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Savory Asparagus Blintzes and Cold Sesame Noodles







Asparagus, Potato, and Jerusalem Artichoke Blintzes, Romaine Hearts and Arugula Salad, White Beans w. Garlic Scape Pesto


  • Remove the small packet of goat cheese from inside the bag of salad greens. Reserve.

  • Remove the asparagus from atop the potato mix. Heat the potato mix lightly in the microwave to just warm. Fold in the asparagus pieces.

  • Carefully peel apart and arrange the crepes on a work surface. There should be 3 per person. Arrange the potato mix just south of center in the crepes. Arrange it into the shape of a short roll of pennies. Flatten it a little and top with chevre crumbles.

  • Bring the bottom edge of the crepe up to wrap over the filling - its ok to be firm with it - you don't want floppy blintzes. Fold over the sides. Now roll the blintz up from the bottom to make a little burrito shape.

  • Heat a little butter in a sauté pan over medium. When hot but not smoking add the blintzes seam side down. Brown the seam side in the butter - about 1 minute. Flip and brown the other side. Serve.

  • heat a little olive oil in a sauté pan. When hot but not smoking add ( as best you can) the pesto to the oil. Stir it with a spoon to fry evenly- about 20 seconds- add the beans. Toss and serve.

  • Dress the Salad.


Cold Sesame Noodles with Honey Sesame Chicken or Tofu and Stir Fried Vegetables


  • Heat noodles very lightly in a microwave - basically just bring them up to room temp. Shake the peanut-sesame sauce well, maybe microwave it briefly, and dress the noodles.

  • Cut the tofu or chicken into 1/2" pieces and toss into the noodles.

  • Remove the whole baby turnips from the veggie bag and cut it in half lengthwise, then crosswise into 1/8" thick pieces.

  • Heat a little oil in a sauté pan. When just about to smoke add the turnips and stir fry about a minute. Add the other vegetables and stir to combine. Add a pinch of salt and toss. Add a little oil in necessary - larger shares should work in batches. Serve the hot vegetable beside the noodles.



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