I belong to a CSA (Community Sponsored Agriculture) and get a basket of assorted vegetables every week. I have very little cooking experience, and if I search the ingredients online I get a ton of recipes that have only 1 or 2 of the ingredients I need to use. So far what I've been doing is putting most of the stuff together and making a stir fry (perhaps adding onions and mushrooms as a friend recently suggested) with spices. Results have been mixed (no pun intended!). Another idea I've tried is soup, but I'm not as comfortable with that as of yet.
Any general strategies (not necessarily recipes) besides just "stir fry"? I'd prefer to be able to use all of it with a minimum number of recipes (preferably just 1 or 2)
Here are 2 examples of baskets I've gotten.
example from Oct:
Arugula Beans Beets Carrots Rainbow Chard Garlic Kale Kohlrabi Okra Parsley Peppers Radishes Tomatoes Winter Squash (Butternut or Delicata)
example from Aug:
Fennel Tomatoes Summer Squash Okra Onions Black Radishes or Purple Turnips Peppers Chard