The boxes are here! Woo hoo! Imagine having a box of fresh, locally-grown vegetables, all winter, every two weeks 'til April. No, you're not dreaming! It can happen!
This first box contained winter squash, Chinese cabbage, chard, cranberries (from Western Washington), turnips, beets, carrots and sage. The cranberries made a luscious sauce for Thanksgiving, and the carrots are wonderfully sweet. The cabbage went into Thanksgiving dinner slaw. I cooked the beet and turnip greens for dinner on dropoff day. And somehow missed getting the chard and cranberries in the photo. I seem to recall flinging produce here and there in my delight.
This is my second winter CSA year, and my blog was created to document my first year's experience. We're off and running again!