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What’s in the box – Eleventh Delivery of my CSA from Eagle Creek Farms

Farmer John was at our pickup last week giving us tips and tricks as to what we could do with our veggies (mainly the celery tops). Who knew that these tops could be frozen and added to stocks and soups later on? Unfortunately for us, we were on the road this week and not able to enjoy the huge bounty, so we gave our pickup to my mom and dad to enjoy.

This week, we received a bunch of orange beets (apparently these are sweeter than the red variety) complete with greens, celery with tops still attached, carrots, cabbage, potatoes, cucumbers, mint, onions and some fresh garlic.

Looks like a haul my mom and dad could have made some tasty eats with!

About Eunice

I'm just a girl who is passionate about food. It is my personal quest to try to expand my culinary horizons both at home and abroad. However, I was not always passionate about food. I had my epiphany much later when I got my very first job...at a sushi joint here in town. And just like that "Hook, line and sinker"...a foodie was born! I'm a P/T blogger, P/T yogini...but always a foodie.

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One thought on “What’s in the box – Eleventh Delivery of my CSA from Eagle Creek Farms

  1. I had to give part of my last week’s pickup away too. .. And I even forgot to take pictures before I gave it away.

    Posted by Foodisms of The Office Broccoli | September 25, 2012, 3:40 PM

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