This week we received: 1 head red leaf lettuce 1 bunch green beans 1 dozen eggs 1 quart blueberries 1 bunch radishes 1 bunch spinach 4 ears corn 4 tomatoes 2 summer squash 3 cucumbers 1 bunch of sage We were going camping this weekend so we needed to strategize a bit in order toContinue reading “FUNCORE Member Diary – Week of August 11th”
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Wills & Sarah Member Diary – Week of Aug 25th
Wills and Sarah Share – On a mission to eat it all Except for the eggplants. What can I say, I dont like em. They are very pretty though, and the neighbors love em. Here is the take for the week. Gorgeous!
Winter Share Green Curry
During the dark days of Winter, the go-to comfort food coming out of our kitchen is curry. Thanks to our winter shares we are able to bust out some super flavorful, yummy winter curries. When the street is covered in snow and the winds are howling pushing the temps down to polar levels, I findContinue reading “Winter Share Green Curry”
December Winter Share Distribution
With these whirlwind weeks of holiday cooking and new years celebrations, it seems like it was just yesterday but it was actually a few weeks ago on December 17th that we had our first distribution of our 5 month Winter season. We figured before we start posting all the amazing things we have been cooking/baking/preserving,Continue reading “December Winter Share Distribution”
Japanese Beef Curry with Winter Share Veg
Want to eat local this Winter? Still time to sign up for vegetables and fruits frozen at the height of their Summer sweetness that will brighten any Winter dinner ! One of our fave Winter meals is a delicious bowl of steaming curry served over rice or polenta or noodles. We love all the curriesContinue reading “Japanese Beef Curry with Winter Share Veg”
Want to eat local this Winter?
Eating local can be challenge during the snowy months as the produce available at farmer’s markets gets less numerous by the week. And then this happens!
Member Diary #12: Emma & Aaron
Members Emma & Aaron give us a glimpse into their CSA experience