Hope Springs Eternal

Community Supported Agriculture July 3, 2008

Filed under: beets,cabbage,cherries,CSA,green onions,Growing Wild Farm,kohlrabi,snow peas — clutterlibrarian @ 3:00 pm

Our CSA- or Community Supported Agriculture- is Growing Wild Farm and we love them! Every week they bring us a bounty of beautiful, yummy veggies. Just look at this weeks delivery:



Salad mix, Snow Peas, Red Head Lettuce, Kohlrabi, Cabbage, Green onions, Chioggia Beets, Cherries!

I am very excited to cook those lovely beets and eat them up with some oil and vinegar and some blue cheese! With the cabbage and kohlrabi I plan to make a slaw for our 4th of July celebration. If the cherries do not get gobbled up, they will be added to the fresh fruit tarts I plan to make for my father-in-laws birthday.

I love the surprise and the challenge of the weekly veggies. I also especially love that they deliver the veggies in biodegradable/ compostable bags (something like these )! Why can’t everyone use these? Thank you Sheila and Andre for all that you do!

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3 Responses to “Community Supported Agriculture”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    LOVELY! I am on our CSA waiting list for Agua Linda Farms here in Southern AZ. Isn’t it just wonderful to figure out what to do with the suprises??!! šŸ™‚

    Heather

  2. Diane Says:

    Hi, Heather! How are you and the kiddos?

    You know, I never thought I would have so much fun with veggies! šŸ˜‰

    Hope you enjoy your summer!

    Diane

  3. Anonymous Says:

    the kids are good. we are right at the beginning of Arizona’s monsoon season. just wild thunderstorms and lots of rain! ahhhh. my favorite part of summer here. Nothing like a storm on the desert.

    i hope you are having a wonderous summer!

    heather


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