The thing about having a CSA is that you get a lot of veggies. Every week. And while I like to come up with creative things to do or try out recipes that have been on my list for awhile, sometimes time and motivation are lacking.
Enter: the stir fry. Or is it just simply sauteed vegetables? I don't know the difference. Coming back from a weekend out of town I had 3 peppers, onions, corn, CSA zucchini and swiss chard. After chopping everything up, dinner came together in a snap. Heat up some oil in a large pan/wok, add veggies based on their cooking time (peppers and onions first, then zucchini, then swiss chard, garlic and corn), some herbs/seasonings (this time there was white pepper, thyme, and fresh basil), and cannellini beans for some staying power and dinner's on the table! Delicious, full of flavor, and even pretty to look at ;)
Another one of my favorite things to do with vegetables is to roast them. (No surprise there!) This time I roasted carrots, zucchini and summer squash from my CSA with onions, eggplant, and green pepper. While those were in the oven I cooked up some wheat berries. When the veggies and wheat berries were done, I tossed those with some pecorino toscano and enjoyed it for lunch!
The bottom line is that you can use whatever you hand in order to create a delicious, nutritious meal! Any myriad of vegetables will work in either preparation, can be combined with your favorite grain, vary up the protein you use, and try different cheeses! The possibilities are endless :)