Friday, July 8, 2011

Recent CSA News

This time of year, there are tons of updates and articles on CSAs - I browsed through a whole bunch of them, enjoying the pictures, learning about the varieties of different produce offered in different areas of the US, interesting CSA options I hadn't seen before (coffee??) and plenty of fresh, tasty-looking recipes. Here are just a few of the bounty of recent posts and articles on the summer's bounty of CSA offerings.  (The first one is particularly interesting in offering a cost comparison, which we also did back in February, but it's nice to see someone else coming to the same conclusion!)  And of course, if you don't know what a CSA - Community Supported Agriculture - is, find more info here:

A pint of strawberries produced through commun...Image via WikipediaCSA Share: July 2, 2011 « Michelle, etc.
I've mentioned before that I'm keeping track of the actual cost of our CSA per week and also the value of equivalent items from the grocery store. I'm comparing the goods to Peapod, Giant's home delivery grocery service, ...
Publish Date: 07/02/2011 14:42

CSA Week 2: Radish Cakes « Gluten Free Gobsmacked (includes a couple of tasty recipes)
A couple weeks ago, we opened our first CSA box with joy and glee. Zoe flipped the top open with a giggle. ”It's like Christmas, Momma!” she exclaimed. Ha! In my mind, I was thinking “Thank God Christmas doesn't come ...
Publish Date: 06/29/2011 1:28

Join a Coffee CSA for Fresh Beans on Your Doorstep Every Month
There's more to coffee than pre-ground grocery store blends, and if you're ready to explore it, consider joining a Coffee CSA (Community Supported Agriculture.) The CoffeeCSA project connects coffee lovers around the ...
Publish Date: 06/25/2011 16:00

CSA Weeks 3 & 4 | Sargent Choice (Lots of recipes!)
CSA Weeks 3 & 4. June 30, 2011 at 3:49 pm. As you may know, picking up our CSA box from Ward's Berry Farm at the Boston University Farmer's Market is one of the most exciting parts of our week here at Sargent Choice. ...
Publish Date: 06/30/2011 15:49

CSA Project – Week Three – First Meat Share « With Fork & Knife
CSA Project – Week Three – First Meat Share. July 2, 2011. tags: CSA, High Point Farms CSA, share. by The Swedish Chef. In the bag this week: 1 3.5-4 lb free range chicken, 1 lb nitrate-free smoked bacon, 1 lb lean grass fed ground beef ...
Publish Date: 07/02/2011 6:37
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