From CSA to Table, with Helptesttest
Dear Bay Weekly:
A while back I read an article written by Amy Russell regarding Community Supported Agriculture. She had mentioned something about a specific website that offered a searchable ingredient list for common CSA foods. I would like to know the address.
–Nicole Reed: firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell’s reply: The website is www.supercook.com. It lets you enter the ingredients you have at home and generates a list of recipes you can use. You can enter as many or as few ingredients as you want. At first I used it for my CSA items when I needed new recipe ideas, but now I use it all the time so that I’m not constantly running out for one more thing.
Editor’s note: Russell concludes her journey to fresh food and cooking skills in this week’s paper. Her earlier articles were Eat Your Veggies [March 18, http://bayweekly.com/old-site/year10/issue_11/lead_1.html] and I’m Learning to Cook, One Box at a Time [June 10, http://bayweekly.com/old-site/year10/issue_23/reflection.html]