After asking every person I know what to do with it, I settled on making a compote. I used this recipe. I also roasted some cauliflower, and made salads.
CJ and I felt like real chefs making this meal. We snipped some thyme from our window sill herb garden to season the pork chops, we chopped up the rhubarb to make a delicious compote, and we had fresh salads with the farm share lettuce, broccoli, and radishes. It doesn't get much better than that!
Side Note: I have this weird thing where I can't eat bread that's not toasted. I don't know why, but I just don't like un-toasted bread. If you make me a sandwich on un-toasted bread, I'll eat it, but I'm not going to be a happy camper.
Now I think I'm developing a similar thing with roasted vegetables. It's only with certain vegetables like broccoli or cauliflowers, but I don't like to eat them raw/steamed/boiled/sauteed. They HAVE to be roasted!
Roasting is the way to go. I think I want to start roasting fruits next. I've seen recipes for roasted strawberries, grapefruit, and grapes. You name it, I wanna roast it.
It was so yummy! After we ate, CJ said "this was the best dinner, yet!" and I'd have to agree.