Over the years of writing these CSA share posts I've tried to give very basic cooking tips. My repertoire is limited though and mostly consists of sautéing in olive oil or just eating things raw.
This weekend I came across Deborah Madison's book Vegetable Literacy which looks like a great cook book for the kinds of vegetables we give out, especially the less usual ones.
Perhaps an even better online resource was just created by a friend of mine. Katherine Deumling, the creator of cookwithwhatyouhave.com, has been writing and collecting recipes for many of the best area CSA farms for a number of years now. She now has a subscription option for individuals. All of her recipes are flexible and feature the vegetables, common and unusual, grown in this area.
I'll try to keep making suggestions , particularly for unusual vegetables but if you're looking for more check out those two resources. You might also take a look at blog posts from last year, or go all the way back into the slowhandfarm.blogspot.com archives. We also love to hear how you use the vegetables so feel free to send us a note any time.