What’s in the Box?

Here is a breakdown of the produce I receive in my box each week.  Feel free to visit each post to get ideas on how to use the fruits and vegetables listed.  Some posts include links to yummy recipes as well.

#64 March 7, 2013: Romanesco broccoli, sweet potato, lettuce, turnips, strawberries, grapefruit, apples, kale, sugar snap peas

#63 February 27, 2013:  strawberries, cabbage, carrots, onion, beets, broccoli, mandarins, apples, lettuce

#62 February 20, 2013:

#61 February 13, 2013: strawberries, beets, sugar snap peas, oranges, apples, lettuce, carrots, garlic, kale

#60 February 6, 2013: strawberries, spinach, carrots, broccoli, mandarins, blood oranges, potatoes, spaghetti squash

January 30, 2013:  Recipe Roundup #5

#59 January 23, 2013: beets, mandarins, blood oranges, broccoli, celery root, parsley, avocados, apples, lettuce, carrots

#58 January 16, 2013: acorn squash, beets, mandarins, apples, carrots, oranges, swiss chard, onions, lettuce

#57 January 9, 2013: sweet potato, kale, garlic, onions, mandarins, kiwi, apples, broccoli, avocados, lettuce, carrots

December 26, 2012: Recipe Roundup #4

#56 December 19, 2012: cabbage, spinach, broccoli, kiwi, lettuce, parsley, white onion, carrots, mandarins, apples

#55 December 12, 2012: lettuce, green beans, oranges, garlic, green onions, beets, apples, pears, kale, butternut squash

#54 December 5, 2012: pears, mandarins, turnips, leeks, potatoes, lettuce, carrots, poblano peppers, pineapple guavas, broccoli

#53 November 28, 2012: butternut squash, delicata squash, carrots, apples, mandarins, kiwis, shallots, swiss chard, garlic, cilantro, lettuce

November 12, 2012: Recipe Roundup #3

#52 November 14, 2012: dragonfruit, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, pears, oranges, kale, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce

#51 November 7, 2012: raspberries, lettuce, apples, pears, chard, parsley, cucumbers, carrots, butternut squash, garlic, cauliflower

#50 October 31, 2012: pumpkin, beets, fennel, onion, potatoes, lettuce, strawberries, pears, apples, tomatoes

#49 October 24, 2012: apples, blackberries, oranges, spinach, lettuce, carrots, delicata squash, sage, green onions, tomatoes

#48 October 17, 2012: strawberries, corn, sweet peppers, broccoli, tomatoes, kale, lettuce, cucumber, tangerines, apples

#47 October 10, 2012: chard, tomatoes, apples, grapes, lettuce, avocados, onion, carrots, beets, oranges

#46 October 3, 2012: butternut squash, cilantro, grapefruit, plums, apple, spinach, cauliflower, lettuce, tomatoes, red peppers

#45 September 26, 2012: strawberries, broccoli, spinach, apples, pixie tangerines, zucchini, carrots, Romaine lettuce, sage, tomatoes

#44 September 19, 2012: kale, elephant garlic, beets, oranges, plums, apples, leeks, lettuce, corn, tomatoes,

#43 September 12, 2012: red bell peppers, avocado, red leaf lettuce, grapes, pluots, mandarins, carrots, tomatoes, red cabbage, cauliflower

#42 September 5, 2012: strawberries, lettuce, apples, zucchini, potatoes, tomatoes, corn, pluots, celery, broccoli

#41 August 29, 2012:  watermelon, sugar snap peas, oranges, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, apples, onions, celery, kale

#40 August 22, 2012:  tomatoes, elephant garlic, pluots, grapes, red bell peppers, green beans, grapefruit, corn, romaine lettuce, carrots

#39 August 15, 2012:  lemon cucumbers, nectarines, tomatoes, basil, romanesco squash, lettuce, celery, apples, pluots, broccoli

#38 August 8, 2012: zucchini, peaches, carrots, garlic, spring onions, tomatoes, red butter lettuce, mandarins, cauliflower, apples

#37 August 1, 2012: strawberries, tomatoes, kale, cucumbers, romaine lettuce, corn, green beans, peaches, pluots

#36 July 25, 2012: nectarines, pixie tangerines, plums, carrots, cherry tomatoes, spinach, garlic, basil, lettuce

#35 July 18, 2012: corn, broccoli, pluots, peaches, blackberries, potatoes, rosemary, patty pan squash, lettuce, celery

#34 July 11, 2012: lettuce, carrots, cauliflower, leeks, strawberries, nectarines, plums, cucumbers, dino kale

#33 July 4, 2012: corn, eight ball squash, romaine lettuce, peaches, orange honeydew melon, cucumbers, spinach, purple onions, garlic

#32 June 27, 2012: beets, blueberries, peaches, green beans, broccoli, plums, lettuce, zucchini, carrots

#31 June 20, 2012:  carrots, kale, red leaf lettuce, nectarines, apricots, fennel, pixie tangerines, onions, basil, celery

#30 June 13, 2012: Rainier cherries, zucchini, sugar snap peas, potatoes, leeks, romaine lettuce, pluots, broccoli, spinach, Valencia oranges

#29 June 6, 2012: apricots, pluots, swiss chard, yellow onions, red butter lettuce, carrots, celery, parsley, red cabbage, meyer lemons, mandarins

#28 May 31, 2012: radishes, lettuce, zucchini, carrots, cherries, strawberries, grapefruits, broccoli, radicchio

#27 May 23, 2012: red spring onions, Yukon gold potatoes, cherries, strawberries, spinach, elephant garlic, pixie tangerines, beets, green leaf lettuce, celery

#26 May 16, 2012: cherries, chard, red romaine lettuce, carrots, avocado, chives, pixie tangerines, lemons, cauliflower, leeks

#25 May 9, 2012: rosemary, broccoli, red butter lettuce, garlic, onion, red russian kale, red cabbage, carrots, strawberries, navel oranges, pixie tangerines

#24 May 2, 2012: strawberries, spring onions, pixie tangerines, grapefruit, Yukon gold potatoes, rainbow chard, stir fry mix, green leaf lettuce, cauliflower, beets

#23 April 25, 2012: cabbage, pixie tangerines, strawberries, carrots, navel oranges, leeks, artichokes, spinach, red butter lettuce, sage

#22 April 18, 2012:  blueberries, carrots, celery, elephant garlic, red potatoes, broccoli, lemon, dino kale, murcott mandarins, green leaf lettuce

#21 April 11, 2012:  cauliflower, asparagus, navel oranges, onions, spinach, mustard greens, pixie tangerines, avocados, strawberries, red leaf lettuce

#20- April 4, 2012: carrots, beets, strawberries, pixie tangerines, grapefruit, kale, spring mix, green onions, artichokes

#19- March 28, 2012: romaine lettuce, broccoli, lemon, garlic, red potatoes, leeks, thyme, celery, pixie tangerines, strawberries, Mexican guavas, sugar snap peas

#18- March 21, 2012:  pixie tangerines, carrots, hass avocados, cabbage, navel oranges, green spring onions, red leaf lettuce, red russian kale, shallots, arugula

#17- March 14, 2012:  strawberries, spinach, red onion, artichokes, broccoli, cauliflower, sapotes, white potatoes, green leaf lettuce, tangelos

#16- March 7, 2012:  beets, spinach, leeks, garlic, romaine lettuce, carrots, avocados, strawberries, mandarins, Brussels sprouts

#15- February 29, 2012: garlic, carrots, cabbage, salad mix, celery, blueberries, lemons, rosemary, brussels sprouts, mandarins, green onions

#14- February 22, 2012: purple kale, red butter lettuce, strawberries, leeks, parsley, red potatoes, broccoli, raddichio, tangerines, mandarins

February 15, 2012:  Recipe Roundup #2

#13- February 8, 2012: Brussels sprouts, leeks, broccoli, thyme, cauliflower, romaine lettuce, celery, mandarins, tangerines, Hass avocados

#12- February 1, 2012:  bok choy, arugula, garlic, blood oranges, butternut squash, kiwi, carrots, mandarins, white spring onions, yukon gold potatoes

#11- January 25, 2012: blueberries, broccoli, delicata squash, kale, yellow onion, red butter lettuce, carrots, grapefruit, mandarins,

#10- January 18, 2012:  italian parsley,green leaf lettuce, bacon avocados, carrots, celery, lemons, mandarins, kiwis, beets, cauliflower

#9- January 11, 2012: kabocha squash, naval oranges, watercress, yukon gold potatoes, romaine lettuce, sugar snap peas, green cabbage, mandarins, shallots, kiwis

#8- January 4, 2012:  strawberries, red leaf lettuce, broccoli, garlic, cucumbers, carrots, apples, red russian kale, butternut squash

December 28, 2011:  Recipe Roundup

#7- December 14, 2011: fuyu persimmons, broccoli, spinach, fuji apples, avocados, red leaf lettuce, carrots, sweet potatoes, mandarins

#6- December 7, 2011: strawberries, red leaf lettuce, red bell peppers, avocados, beets, cauliflower, curly parsley, mandarins, grapefruit

#5- December 1, 2011: broccoli, carrots, red romaine lettuce, garden cucumber, asian pears, pink lady apples, kiwis, fennel, cilantro, spaghetti squash

#4- November 23, 2011: sweet potatoes, garlic, celery, butternut squash, granny smith apples, thyme, green beans, roma tomatoes, red butter lettuce, mandarins

#3- November 16, 2011: mandarins, pineapple guavas, granny smith apples, green leaf lettuce, sweet potatoes, bell peppers, shallots, rainbow chard, tomatoes, turnips

#2- November 9, 2011: carrots, celery, romaine lettuce, butternut squash, fuji apples, broccoli, beets, mandarins, roma tomatoes, pepino melons

#1- November 2, 2011: strawberries, mandarins, fuji apples, green cabbage, red butter lettuce, green beans, purple spring onions, kale, yellow bell peppers

43 thoughts on “What’s in the Box?

  1. I just saw that you liked my blog post on joining a CSA. I love that you’ve done a series on “what’s in the box?” Such a fun way to document the variety of food you’re getting and how you’re using it. I may have to do something similar once I start getting my weekly goods. Look forward to checking back soon.

    • inherchucks says:

      Thanks for visiting. I have enjoyed sharing my produce and ideas with everyone. Looking forward to hearing what you get in your boxes…im a nerd when it comes to fruits and veggies :)

  2. cara says:

    I’m so jealous that you get a box all during the winter. You must live somewhere warm. Her is New England we are lucky if there is even a winter farmers market!

  3. […] to see more fresh food from CSAs and Farmers’ Markets? Check out “What in the Box?” from In Her Chucks. Share […]

  4. Tracy says:

    Thank you for stopping by my Kansas Food Stories blog. I love this idea of sharing “What’s in the box!” Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. […] to see more fresh food from CSAs and Farmers’ Markets? Check out “What in the Box?” from In Her Chucks. Share this:TwitterFacebookStumbleUponRedditMoreLinkedInDiggEmailPrintLike […]

  6. […] after I launched this blog, I discovered a fellow blogger (or rather, she discovered me) who was doing a series of “what’s in the box?” […]

  7. […] post is part of What’s in the Box?, Mix It Up Monday, Melt in Your Mouth Monday, Real Food 101, Whole Foods Wednesday, Traditional […]

  8. […] get next week! If you are looking for ideas with what to do with your CSA share, please join me on What’s in the Box? (Gwyneth Paltrow’s head!!!) where you can see what other people got in their CSA as well as […]

  9. omeletta says:

    I love this idea! We’ve been toying with the idea of getting involved with a CSA for a while now, but I’m always nervous that with our busy schedules we’d wind up having a lot of food go to waste. But this is such a helpful page! You might just help swing us in the CSA direction :) Love the site!

    • inherchucks says:

      Thanks! My goal is to make life with a CSA a little easier. I hope you decide to go through with it. You won’t regret it :) And then you can be a part of the link party too!

  10. Kristy says:

    Oh my gosh! I’m so in love with your blog. It’s been added to my favorites! We love our CSA. and this is such a great way to share what we are eating and cooking!

  11. […] a blog I enjoy and by someone who inspires other bloggers to write and share by hosting the weekly What’s in the Box? CSA link […]

  12. […] to add that I’m linking up to What’s in the Box, a weekly CSA blog party at In Her Chucks.  Lots of good stuff out there, check it out!  Share […]

  13. nichomama says:

    Hey inherchucks like your CSA link party idea, what are the details? Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    • inherchucks says:

      Thanks! Visit this week’s party http://inherchucks.com/2012/07/05/whats-in-the-box-33/. At the bottom of the post is a blue frog looking icon that says click to view/add link. Click on that which will bring you to the link page. Scroll down to the bottom and click on the button that says add your link. It will ask you for the url of your post as well as the name of your post and your email. Let me know if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!

  14. […] tasty week! Stay tuned for recipes as I continue my CSAcation, and check out In Her Chucks feature What’s In the Box for more CSA recipe ideas! Share this:ShareFacebookTwitterEmailPinterestLike this:LikeBe the first […]

  15. LOVE this idea!! I will be joining in for sure! Thanks for stopping by!

  16. […] thank you to In Her Chucks for the huge compliments and blog love. I think your CSA Link-up party “What’s in the box?”, hosted by you each Wednesday is a beautiful, creative collection of healthy, yummy recipes for all […]

  17. […] or need some inspiration for what to do with your box ingredients, check out the link party at In Her Chucks.  It’s got loads of links to other CSA’s and ideas for what to do with the ingredients […]

  18. […] can only imagine what my next box will hold!Finally, I was lucky enough to get a visit from http://www.inherchucks.com after posting about my last CSA box, and she invited me to her link party!  Think you have some […]

  19. […] thanks to In Her Chucks – her mention of making a plum crumble got the crumble idea into my […]

  20. […]  I’ve recently started linking up with CSA subscribers around the country, through In Her Chucks weekly CSA party.  There are some really interesting people out there having good, clean fun while […]

  21. […] other CSA boxes and recipe ideas from all over the country at What’s in the Box? Share this:TwitterFacebookStumbleUponRedditMoreLinkedInDiggEmailPrintLike this:LikeBe the first to […]

  22. […] week, I link up to In Her Chucks’ “What’s in the Box?” series. Check out this week’s edition for produce shares from all over! Like this:LikeBe the […]

  23. […] week, I link up to In Her Chucks’ “What’s in the Box?” series. Check out this week’s edition for produce shares from all over! Like this:LikeBe the first […]

  24. alanya says:

    hi, i came across a pic of your box via my cousin in AZ, my question is…Is that box a mail order box and how can I get it?

  25. […] a photo and a recipe, and I’ll include it in a blog post this week! Or, better yet, check out What’s in the Box on In Her Chucks’s blog. She hosts a link party every week full of great CSA recipes. Share […]

  26. […] Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestStumbleUponEmail Posted in: cooking, meal planning, prep, slow cooker, vegetarian, weeknight meals / Tagged: beans, chili, crock pot, peppers, summer squash, weeknight meals […]

  27. […] third circle is the “What’s in the Box” circle. Started by Heather at In Her Chucks, this circle is the CSA and farmer’s market bloggers who […]

  28. indigo jones says:

    CSA soup: how to make a simple, tasty and nutritious soup out of just about anything!

  29. […] ten is an awesome lady, who set up our CSA link party. Heather at In Her Chucks. She kept commenting and commenting to set up that link page, and I use it all the time to see how […]

  30. saltedplates says:

    Excited to join up with this great group. Thanks for finding me!

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