Come Be Part of Local Food, Local Farms and Local Economy!

  Think it would be great to get a box of delicious fresh vegetables on a regular basis from farms and farmers you know and trust? Are you looking for ways to reduce your carbon food-print? Want to sign up for a farm share, but haven't connected to a farm that delivers in your area … Continue reading Come Be Part of Local Food, Local Farms and Local Economy!

Flaming-pink Watermelon Radishes and More!

Nice article in the Boston Globe about winter CSAs. Green grows the bounty, even in winter Shares of community supported agriculture bring fresh, local produce By Aaron Kagan Globe Correspondent / January 26, 2011 For cooks used to supermarket produce, the rootsy offerings of a winter CSA — a community supported agriculture program in which … Continue reading Flaming-pink Watermelon Radishes and More!

What’s cooking at my house

In my household, we have a post-distribution routine that has served us well over the past several years. It actually starts several weeks before the first distribution. We invite friends and neighbors to eat dinner with us on the Sunday evening following the first share distribution. We had a wonderful feast on Sunday: delicata squash, … Continue reading What’s cooking at my house

A guide to eating locally this winter

The good folks at the Belmont Farmers' Market have published the autumn issue of Roots & Sprouts. It is full of excellent information about eating locally year-round. Winter CSAs, veggie storage techniques and some of our favorite winter veggies are highlighted. The Belmont Farmers' Market is open for a few more weeks. It's a nice market, … Continue reading A guide to eating locally this winter