Tag Archives: Community supported agriculture
Canning: A Connection to the Past
When I was young, most of our fruit and nearly all our vegetables came from the garden or nearby farms, freshly picked in summer and from jars that filled the two large cupboards in our basement during the rest of … Continue reading
Cathy’s Corn and Black Bean Salsa — Yum!
0706101752a.jpg Originally uploaded by ladywriter47 Raving — Salsa and Salad! Last week’s CSA included fresh basil and cilantro and inspired me to make Caprese Salad and Cathy’s Corn and Black Bean Salsa. I’ve concluded that a big part of Community … Continue reading
0706101753a.jpg Originally uploaded by ladywriter47 Raving — The Salad Part of Salsa and Salad — Caprese Salad This is even easier and there are zillions of recipes. All you need are tomatoes, (beefsteak would be good but they’re not in … Continue reading
Raving You’ll notice I changed the title of this blog to include “raving.” I mean that word in the context of being extravagantly flattering rather than that party thing they do in England and hopefully not like a raving lunatic, … Continue reading
Eat Your Veggies!
Ranting. But in a positive way. For the last four or five years, I’ve belonged to a CSA near my work. CSA, for you neophytes, stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” Here’s how it works. Early in the spring, you join … Continue reading