Getting Comfy with Your CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)

Hi and welcome to my first post! I thought I’d kick things off with a series featuring my CSA shares (for more info. on all the great reasons to join a Community Supported Agriculture group click here).

If you already belong to a CSA, are thinking of joining one, or have shamefully quit due to defeat by the overwhelming amount of Brussels Sprouts that kept showing up in your box, this will be a fun series of posts to follow. I’ll chronicle my next several shares, writing recipes based on what I get. So, follow along with your shares, or pick up some seasonal veggies at your farmers market, local grocery store, or just check in to see that the heck I’m going to do with all the Brussels Sprouts. I promise I’ll figure out a way to make them taste great.

A peek inside box #1


(Local Florida Strawberries, Eggs, Blueberries, Local Minneola Tangelos, Fair Trade Bananas, Purple Potatoes, Lacinato Kale, Zucchini, Spaghetti Squash, Romaine Lettuce, Fennel, Garlic and Oregano)


Upcoming Menu, stay tuned.

Brown Butter Roasted Strawberries
Blueberry Scones
Fennel, Orange and Walnut Salad with Smoked Paprika Vinaigrette
Fresh Zucchini Salad with Avocado, Toasted Almonds and Feta
Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Parmesan, White Truffle Oil and Gremolata
Purple and Sweet Potato Hash with Garlicky Kale and Soft Eggs

3 Comments to “Getting Comfy with Your CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)”

  1. hmmmm, all the recipies sound great! I can’t wait to try one out…

  2. I love that you announce what recipes you’ll be making ahead of time. It makes it easier to shop and plan – looking forward to making something is half the fun. I’m a pretty good cook, and most food blogs are a basically source for recipes. Your blog offers something different, a place to learn from a professional chef – very cool. Gorgeous photos, too!

    • Hi, thank you for the feed back. I thought it might be nice for everyone to have an idea of what I’ll be posting for just that reason :) Feel free to email me if you have any questions, and you can always subscribe for a reminder of new posts.

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