New this week are mixed baby lettuces, tatsoi, baby collard greens, and red russian kale. The 'baby' collard greens are this week only, as these are actually just large thinnings that need to be cleared away to make space for the plants to grow to full size. I would not recommend cooking them in the traditional manner (in a pot on the back of the stove all afternoon). Just give them a quick steam or saute and they'll be done. Red russian kale is a very sweet and tender kale, that tastes nothing like the awful curly stuff you'll find at the grocery. And tatsoi is a very mild Asian mustard green. It's great by itself in a green salad, or try sauteeing it with a little garlic and oil.
I make bags of salad greens in half-pound quantities; cooking greens are in one-pound bags. (I know some are interchangeable, but you gotta draw the line somewhere). I am happy to make half bags if the listed quantities sound like too much. I can also fix up mixed bags for your own custom-blend of greens if you'd like - just ask!