I contacted Margie about the missing shares and it turns out they weren't actually missing; they were camouflaged. They accidentally switched the numbers of half and full shares and then some folks who picked up full shares didn't sign off on the sheet which hid the excess boxes. So I went down a picked up a full share. I left a couple ears of corn since I had picked up two earlier, but since this is for two weeks I think I should be able to use it all up, barring maybe the beans. The trick is using more than one ingredient in each dish.
I figure I can use the corn, bok choy and lemongrass in a soup. I'm going pickle the green beans with the dill. Avocado and tomato will go into a guacamole. Mizuna and lettuce in a salad. The turnips I'd like to use in a gratin. The calalloo in mchicha. Or maybe it would work better than the bok choy in the soup? That just leaves the hibiscus. I made an unsuccessful sorbet last time and I think I'd like to try them in a savory side-dish this time around. As I mentioned then, I've read that somewhere in Africa they stew them and serve them with ground peanuts. I might try that. If you look up hibiscus recipes, keep in mind that we've got calyces, not flowers and most recipes that call for flowers really mean dried flowers so adjust amounts accordingly.
The real problem for me here is going to finding uses for the leftovers after making dishes that use up half of a particular vegetable. I'll have to make new plans when I see what I've still got around after a week.