Tasty Morsels

This year, I’ve been participating in a “Community Supported Agriculture” program. For those unfamiliar with the concept, this is a program in which I pay a chunk of money in the spring to a local farm in exchange for random fruits and vegetables every week through the fall. I can honestly say, it’s been a fun adventure overall (we’ll not mention the phantom peas or the much touted and equally disappointing black raspberries).

Personally, I like most veggies, but that’s not the case for the entirety of my household. It’s also not the case for ALL veggies provided by this farm (kale again? really? and exactly what IS a Swiss chard?) As part of this food adventure, I’ve spent some time hunting recipes to incorporate foods not typical in our usual diet. I’m happy to say that NONE of the items on the following link were included in either the farm offerings or the recipes I followed. It’s an old fav full of laughs & gags and I believe is the exact opposite of everything a local farm represents. Please enjoy.

Steve, Don’t Eat It!

And while you’re at it, take a look at his recent offerings – a very different experience, but just as humorous.

The Sneeze – Half zine. Half blog. Half not good with fractions.

I firmly believe Steve is a bit off his rocker. His blog is quite enjoyable, though.

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One Comment on “Tasty Morsels”

  1. Cindy Says:

    Ooooh! Chris and I say we’re going to do this every year, but once we look at the “menu” we change our minds. We don’t have any programs here that just give you a box of veggies. You still have to “shop” and their catalog is confusing. Reason #498 why we need to move.


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