Harvest Bounty

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Today, we picked up our first share of our Shared Harvest Winter CSA.  We received loads of locally grown vegetables and some apples.  My mind has been racing to figure out what I’ll be cooking in the weeks ahead.

Here’s what we got:  beets, cabbage, kale, celery, squash, pumpkin, broccoli, cauliflower, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions (red and while), leeks, parsley, kohlrabi, peppers (sweet and hot), fennel, turnips, lettuce, daikon, dried beans, and Matsu apples.  All I can say is WOW!

If that sounds delicious to you, Gretta still has some two month shares available for November and December in the Shared Harvest CSA.

My challenge for the week is to start cooking and eating the vegetables.  Howard has further challenged me to minimize grocery shopping and feed us with what we get from the Shared Harvest CSA, our Chestnut Farms meat CSA share, and our bountiful freezer.

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Posted on 24 October 2009, in General, Winter CSA and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Gretta Anderson

    Great photo! I look forward to reading what you do with you CSA share! May I add the url of your blog to the Shared Harvest CSA blog site??? Gretta

    • Hi Gretta, Glad you liked the photo. We did some cooking over the weekend. I plan to post on it later.
      Yes, you can add my blog’s URL to the CSA blog site. I’m just getting started with blogging and don’t know what I’m doing, but why not?
      It will be fun to share what I do with all those lovely veggies. Thanks. Betsy

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