2014 CSA: Week 3 (A)

How about that rain! I hope everyone is safe, dry, and hungry for another week of deliciousness. As we enter the third week you may begin observing  the familiar habits involved with CSA membership. On Sundays, you may peer into your fridge and notice a stockpile of greens amassing in the crisper. You panic momentarily because you know that your next delivery is fast approaching. Have no fear, you can free up this precious real estate with ease:

And if the protein in your fridge or freezer ever gets low, then I hope you’ll venture over to our website and have us bring something out to you. Taking advantage of your 10% discount along with free shipping by lumping in orders with your CSA box are great ways to add value to your membership experience. We want the truck to be packed with groceries every week and we want you to be extremely happy all year long. So please use this service!

Alot of greens this week, fresh strawberries on the horizon too. And don’t forget that Easter is coming. We have lamb on our website, and you can always call the office and add Easter eggs too!

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Pasture Raised Eggs:

Spring means eggs and boy do we got em. 12 beautiful brown eggs from our own lovely ladies that range freely on certified organic pasture. The eggs are washed, candled and graded fresh for you each week.

(Want to add a dozen or more, Egg-cellect idea!, Call to order and we’ll bring them to you : 229-641-2081)

 

Certified Organic Vegetables:

Salad mix OR Arugula – A bag of tasty convenient healthy love triple washed and ready to go.

Hakurei turnips – Amazing raw! These spring beauties can’t be beat as a side dish.

Champion Collards – A Southern Tradition.

Herb – Parsley, Dill, or Cilantro

Red & White Russian Kale – The most popular health food item right now. It’s reaching cupcake status as far as food fads go. We’ll have plenty of it to share this year. Check out the recipe linked above.

Beets OR Carrots – A little spice and a lot of color for your salads, omelettes, and more.

Bok Choy – An Asian specialty item. Lots of water content in the stems. Check out the recipe linked above

Swiss Chard – Wonderful green for several culinary options!

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