Spicy Noodles with Pork, Scallions & Bok Choy

Joanne wrote:

This is a wonderful, "one pot meal" using Fair Shares ground pork, scallions, and bok choy! We doubled the rice noodles (14 oz instead of 7 oz); if you don't like spicy food, reduce the chili-bean sauce to 1/8 cup. We think that it would work well with any protein (ground turkey, ground chicken, tofu, etc.).

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipe/276348/spicy-noodles-with-pork-scallion...

I had to buy tofu, since Mofu stopped making their local tofu, so that's what I'm planning to make this with. And I'll probably add extra spice to my dish. Click the link to view the recipe on EatingWell.com

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We are very happy to have our products included in shares through Fair Shares.  The folks at Fair Shares have set-up a great distribution schedule that works with smaller scale local farmers taking into account weekly and seasonal limitations in harvesting. The staff at Fair Shares are easy to work with, being both friendly and professional.  They have been very straightforward about their needs and those that the share members represent. We look forward to growing with Fair Shares!

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