Ode to the Peach – The New York Times has an entire peach bonanza going on today with recipes, how to select, the history of, and much much more.
Since this is our second year being members of the Southside CSA, we always know that Mondays we’re in for a whole new dinner surprise. Continue reading
An evening of fun and fundraising for Haiti relief.
So, apparently Ryan and Yo made some amazing blueberry-rosemary jam last week. I was green with envy and so decided to try it out myself. This is totally their recipe y’all – I am fully admitting that up front.<!
Last night was one of the best and most rewarding meals I’ve ever made. Knowing that 50% of my ingredients came from a local farm made me so happy and this farm share has changed my life! I was never much of a cooker so this is a huge step for me!
Thanks Southside CSA! - Ruth
Blueberry, Peach & Mint Refresher: Continue reading
Member Ruth is sharing a very delish blog-worthy recipe. Enjoy (& keep ‘em coming!)
Here’s a little recipe for those veggie lovin meat eaters that I found on the internet and altered tonight and thought I would share. It was absolutely delicious!
Ruth (Team Neal) Continue reading
Week 5: Jecca Barry & Jay Dunn
A bit about my eating habits — I’m a vegetarian with strong vegan tendencies. My exeption to the vegan rule is the eggs from the CSA. The way I see it…if the chickens have names, they’re probably pretty happy…so the eggs are ‘happy eggs’. Continue reading
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Thanks to the long weekend, we had Monday off from work, and figured we could knock out our distribution shift. After setting up, we manned the egg and berry table for the evening. For those of you who got the berry and egg shares, we can admit to severe jealousy, as after sitting with the multi-colored eggs and gorgeous buckets of berries, our vegetable share seemed insufficient. That said, what a vegetable bounty it was:
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