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Winter CSA Box 8 – He lied to me! :(

My farmer sends out an e-mail a few days before we pick up, giving us an idea of what he is planning to put in our boxes.  Last weekend, he said there would be Romanesque Cauliflower. We had this for … Continue reading

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Quick Weekday dinner with Winter Squash Jam

I went back and read Farmer Al’s explanation about the squash chunks.  I thought he said they were galeaux d’eysines (Deleted the darn e-mail already.  Harumph!), but my chunks don’t really look like the photos I found of that type … Continue reading

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Saving the Squash

In my last box there was a large chunk of what had been a HUGE Pink Banana squash.  My farmer’s notes say some of them were over 50 lbs and he had one at his house that weighed in at … Continue reading

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Winter CSA Week 1 – Thanksgiving Preparations

My winter CSA boxes will only come every two weeks.  Sigh. But I am excited because I got a  great variety: tomatoes, kale, napa cabbage, cranberries, turnips, peppers and a huge squash – oh, and some daikon radishes, and more … Continue reading

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Week 27 and Fresh Foods Wednesday

Kristy at Gastronomical Sovereignty is featuring csamom.com as part of Fresh Foods Wednesday.  I am flattered by the recognition.  🙂 The link up there leads to a wide variety of fresh food resources and ideas.  The Chicken Pot Pie Sliders … Continue reading

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Week 26 – Gourds and more!

I am excited about this week’s share, although I’m not really sure why. First, we got three cute little gourds. My farmer, Al Schreiber had this to say to people who complain about the gourds: “We need to talk about … Continue reading

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