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Arugula Chicken & Pasta Recipe and the CSA

Arugula Chicken & Pasta Recipe and the CSA

CSA Pick up

We are experimenting with different foods now that we have our weekly basket of fresh vegetables and fruits from the Flagstaff CSA. This week we got Arugula (which looks like spinach but tastes zestier), Mustard Greens (these greens really have the spicy mustard taste), yummy Pomegranate, some sweet potatoes, garlic, a salad mixture and some onions. We are really enjoying being a part of the local CSA. It’s nice to know where your food comes from and to be supporting our community farmers.

We learned this summer that some foods may seem weird but they are often very good. We were turned on to lemon cucumbers (they are juicy, great for snacking and yummier that regular cucumbers), we made pickles out
of these really strange spiky cucumbers and we love “cinnamon pickles” (they are cucumbers pickled with pear, cinnamon and some other good things and make for a sweet treat).

The challenge is finding recipes or ways to prepare the foods we have never had before. That was the case this week with the Arugula. I went online and searched for recipes and found a perfect one @ www.recipezarr.com. I didn’t want to reprint the recipe since it is not mine and I didn’t ask for permission to reprint it. If you are interested in trying the recipe visit here: For The Arugula & Chicken with Pasta Recipe.

I did however take pictures throughout the preparation to make your mouth water! The dish turned out really well and I recommend trying it if you have Arugula on hand! Now I just need to find a mustard greens recipe!


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  • Nathan
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    It was darn tasty too!

    November 7, 2006 at 9:49 am
  • Wow. This looks darn tasty AND healthy! I may have to try it out. 😉

    November 8, 2006 at 5:05 am
  • I think what your doing sounds like alot of fun.Makes me want to see if there are any farmers in alabama that do the same thing.We have a garden,but nothing big,only veggie I have in it now is green peppers,I have had cucumbers befor which I liked,I’ll have to look into thelemon ones ya’ll where talking about.And I love pickles,that one one that you where talking about,cinnamon one,chould I get the recipe from you?We are going to do a bigger garden,as soon as we get a tiller.
    Thanks for your comment on what I posted about cayenne peppers,I was amazed also at all the benefits of it.

    November 8, 2006 at 8:44 am
  • Nice, I was looking for a way to spice up the chicken. Thanks.

    August 8, 2010 at 6:00 am

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