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Monthly Archives: May 2014

“Is this a recipe?”

  It seems that everything in the shares this morning can be thrown into a pot and called: ‘s0up.’ Isn’t that the beauty of seasonal food? It complements each other so well. Potatoes, leeks, garlic (add a little thyme or sage or rosemary from the herb garden) and voila, dinner’s ready! Of course, we add a … Continue reading »

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Andy can grow an onion… from seed!!!

The weather has been glorious! This morning was amazing as our CSA members came to visit and pick up their veggies. Yesterday, while Andy and I were harvesting carrots and onions, Andy triumphantly held up a gorgeous (delicious and nutrient dense) onion and exclaimed: “I can grow an onion!” I’m so proud! It’s the little things … Continue reading »

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Food, Friends and Refrigeration

    I had a sweet morning picking blackberries with the boys during the CSA pick-up on Saturday. This year’s CSA has been smooth sailing and we are incredibly thankful for each and every one of our CSA members this year. We are also thankful that the soil is constantly improving and even though it’s not where we want it … Continue reading »

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a beautiful life

The CSA pick-up this morning was super. The weather was beautiful. Members had an option to pick their own extra sugar snap peas. The bread wagon was overflowing with pastries and bagels and loaves of rye and sourdough. The eggs were fresh and only one child stepped in cow dung. I’d say that makes for … Continue reading »

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