A little extra love from the Produce Box this week. Can you guess what vegetable this is?
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It’s always a high point in my week, when I get my fruits and vegetables from the Produce Box. I love anticipating that little something extra that gets tuck in. This week, the lemon cucumbers grown by Johnston County farmer, Charles Tart, were the bomb. I ‘m blown away by this round yellow cucumber, with flavor that hints lemon. My recipe is below for how I used this cool cuke in a tzatziki sauce.
This box features produce grown to organic standards (ORG) or is pesticide free (PF) or chemical free(CF). Here are the O Farmers:
Organic Blueberries: New Dawn Organics, Kelly , NC
Pesticide Free Hydroponic Green Bibb Lettuce, Coastal Plains Produce, Lenior County
Organic Bi-Color Corn, Herbie Cottle, Duplin County
Organic Cucumbers, M&M Plant Farms, Caswell County
Organic Yellow Squash, M&M Plant Farams, Caswell County
Pesticide Free Inigio Cherry Tomatoes, Coverfield Farms, Person County
If you’ve been thinking of becoming a member of the Produce Box , now is the perfect time! Use the code REFERJULY to get 1/2 off enrollment.
Lemon Cucumber Tzatziki (adapted from 5-ingredient Tzatzizi Dip www.produce for kids.com)
Lemon Cucumber Tzatziki
Tzatziki with lemon cucumber,
- Yield: 8 1x
- 8 ounces lowfat Greek yogurt
- 2 teaspoons dill, chopped
- 1/2 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- 1 lemon cucumber, seeds removed and grated
Combine yogurt, dill, lemon juice garlic and cucumber in bowl and mix well. Chill for 30 minutes before serving. Serve with you favorite veggies or pita chips for a kid friendly snack.