Family Dinner Plan: Artichokes and spring greens

Funny. Last week’s title was Fava Beans and I showed a photo of artichokes. This week the title is Artichokes and I show you potatoes. One day I will get it together. Just not this week.

Our box this week from Mariquita Farms (now is a good time to sign up if you have been on the fence! And if you don’t live in the Bay Area, check out Local Harvest to find a CSA program near you) featured Okame Spinach, Spigariello, Artichokes, Carrots, Strawberries, Mizuna, and New Yukon Gold Potatoes (photo above).

Here is my menu plan for the week of May 5:

Sunday: Artichokes sauteed with anchovies and garlic, grilled steak, steamed new potatoes with butter, sauteed spinach, salad with arugula and mizuna

Monday: Slow Cooker Chicken Lettuce Wraps with guacamole, black beans, salad

Tuesday: Leftovers

Wednesday: Dinner out between track and music lessons

Thursday: Roasted salmon (probably with teriyaki sauce, the family finds that tasty), brown rice, sauteed spinach, large salad with stuff

Friday: Takeout and Trashy TV

What is on your menu plan this week? 

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