Winter Farm Share Week One

So it may have been 80 degrees and humid yesterday, but for some folks, winter eating has started! Good thing there were plenty of salad fixings in the Share so they can ease into those delicious root crops. And of course the pumpkin will be right there to make everyone feel secure once the fall-like weather returns.

Pie Pumpkins
Pie Pumpkins

It never fails – when Misse and I pack up the Shares we always wish we were getting one as well. Of course we have all of it at our disposal…but there’s just something about having it all boxed up for you just like a great big present that makesΒ you want toΒ smile:)

Week One Share - head lettuce, kale, micro-arugula, parsley, broccoli, sweet potatoes, multi-colored carrots, multi-colored beets, winter radishes, rutabaga (not shown), garlic, pie pumpkin (not shown), onions and a prepared dish of Southwestern Style Spaghetti Squash
Week One Share –
head lettuce, kale, micro-arugula, parsley, broccoli, sweet potatoes, multi-colored carrots, multi-colored beets, winter radishes, rutabaga (not shown), garlic, pie pumpkin (not shown), onions and a prepared dish of Southwestern Style Spaghetti Squash

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everything in this dish grown on the Two Farms except the spices and cheese - now that is local deliciousness!
Everything in this dish grown on the Two Farms except the spices and cheese – now that is local deliciousness!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now of course these pictures are blurry and rushed but after a long day of packing and delivering I still had places to go and people to meet! More specifically, I had a date with my husband and tickets to see Sir Richard Thompson at the Lebanon Opera House. More than I could have dreamed, it was just the man and his guitar and yes, he sang Dimming of The Day. And Vincent Black Lightening! Β And Beeswing! And Wall of Death! And I could go on! Am I dating myself? Who cares! Someone asked if I was Misse’s mother yesterday. We did the math and yes I could be!

And now? Back to the harvest and indeed with a smile on my face!

 

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One thought on “Winter Farm Share Week One

  1. Hi Chandra, Beautiful share. I’m envious. Even Wegman’s doesn’t have produce like that. Ha Ha Glad to see you and Ian had a break and enjoyed some fine entertainment. Love you

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