Tag Archives: CSA

Stinky Vegetables & Sea Animal Salads

I’m less enamored with the our autumn farm share, it’s all cruciferous root vegetables and spicy salad greens. In an effort to make turnips and winter radishes more fun we turned to refrigerator pickling. Don’t get me wrong, they taste … Continue reading

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The Prettiest Carrot

Yet another unique carrot came in our CSA. It made for a very purple snack.

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This carrot makes me uncomfortable

Seriously, carrot?   And it doesn’t get better from the back.   Who knew¬† a CSA would be so fun?

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Double Yolk!

Bonus! Yay for CSA eggs. Also, the secrets of pancakes are slowly revealing themselves to me. (This was the best batch yet!)

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Fun with Cabbage

Yet another attempt to use up veggies. I think we may be eating before cabbage soup for MONTHS. I think there is a gallon and a half of soup in there! Ingredients: cabbage, onion, carrot, celery, tomato, garlic, zucchini, cannellini … Continue reading

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Crazy Delicious

Sometimes you have to stretch yourself to eat all the vegetables you get in the CSA. Case in point is this beet smoothie. It’s beets, Greek yogurt, ginger, honey, and frozen peaches for more sweetness. The color is out of … Continue reading

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A new addition to the family?

To improve our consumption and access to vegetables, we joined a CSA, shorthand for Community Supported Agriculture. We get a delivery of farm fresh vegetables once a week, and farm fresh eggs and cheese every other week. Today, Nick found … Continue reading

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