january csa box
The CSA box

More of the Same But Different

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One of the fun challenges of getting a CSA is not having control over what I get in my box.  I have to just figure it out!  The other challenge is getting the same thing week after week and finding new ways to prepare it so that I don’t get bored.  Have we talked about my palate ADD yet?  I can’t eat the same thing over and over.  It’s one of the challenges of writing this blog actually, I don’t like to make things over and over so testing recipes is not my favorite thing to do.  

This week we see the return of the delicata squash and more bok choy.  I have a few recipes on here that I plan on making with these but if I get them in my box again I will be putting on my thinking cap for how I can make them new and exciting.
In other news, I’ve sort of fallen behind on my 5 posts a week commitment.  My goal is to catch up this week which means there will be whole bunch of posts that come out at once.  I’ve been a little distracted with what’s going on in our country politically so it’s been challenging to focus on just food.  I was a community organizer for a few years after college so I have a lot of experience and ideas for how to organize to affect change.  I’ve been putting some of that knowledge and skill to use in my plan to organize my neighborhood which was also one of my goals for this year.  But now I feel a stronger sense of urgency around accomplishing this goal and doing it immediately.  So now there are many, many things on my front burners!!  But don’t worry, there will still be lots of recipes and posts coming your way 🙂   

Delightful CSA BOX

January 18, 2017
CSA box from Sarvodaya Farms

The Contents

  • Delicata Squash
  • Russian Kale
  • Bok Choy
  • Salad Mix
  • Oranges
  • Sweet Limes
  • Lemons
  • Collard Greens
  • Beets
  • Apples
  • Chives
  • Yukina Savoy
january csa box

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