This warm fall has decided it is finally time for some cold temps. What does that do to the veggies? Those that are hardy enough to stick around in the ground get a bit sweeter as they make more sugars in their cells as a sort of anti-freeze. Do you notice the difference in theContinue reading “Week 26 – finally a frost!”
Today’s share is almost the same as Monday’s so take a look at this page: 7/1/13 However it has the addition of fava beans. This Mediterranean treat can be eaten a number of ways, including soups, stews, and sautees. Usually people shell the beans out of the pod, and then remove the waxy outer laterContinue reading “7/3/13”
Compliments of spring… Some of you returning CSA members got a thank you in the form of a complimentary preseason box today. (there will be another chance for those who weren’t able to make it). In the box: – mache AKA corn salad – this is the funny little salad green in the bag. It’sContinue reading “4/11/13”
We are currently enrolling CSA members for our 2013 season. Please see our CSA web page for all the yummy details.
Thanks to everyone who was a member of Cully Neighborhood Farm’s CSA in 2012! We had our best year ever with 18 summer shares and 15 large biweekly winter shares (Nov/December). I am planning to go full-time at Cully Neighborhood Farm this year starting in April and expand the CSA to around 30 shares! SoContinue reading “Thank you 2012 CSA members!”