As an appetizer, we had edamame, which we got in the CSA box. I've never made it in the shell like this. But it was tasty and easy. I boiled the pods for about 10 minutes, drained them, and then seasoned with salt and pepper.
They were good, but should have only been cooked for about 7 minutes.
For stir fry, we usually follow a recipe--at least for the sauce, if nothing else--but this time we just made it up as we went. Here's what we did (sorry, I didn't really measure anything, so just put in what you want/like!):
Beefy Veggie Stir Fry
-Red bell pepper
-1 jalapeno plus another long, skinny chili
For the sauce:
-salt and pepper
In the wok, we cooked the veggies, minus the mushrooms, for about 5 minutes, and then added the sauce. Then we added the beef and cooked for about another 5 minutes. Then we added the mushrooms, and cooked everything for a few more minutes.
We served the stir fry on top of brown jasmine rice we cooked it in the rice steamer.
We also had some yellow watermelon I picked up at Outpost that comes from our CSA, Tipi Produce. It's unbelievably good. It's not seedless (even though it looks like it here), but doesn't have a lot of seeds (and a watermelon should have seeds, right?).