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During the growing season, we plant, care for and harvest a large selection of tasty vegetables using a sustainable agriculture system (for further explanation and details, see, “Why We Will Not Certify“.)

Harvesting CarrotsFor 24 weeks, from May through November, we provide a weekly harvest box to each of our shareholders. A harvest box contains a share of that week’s fresh-picked harvest. Shareholders may either collect their boxes at a central location in town or they may pick up their boxes at the farm.

As a shareholder, you receive a weekly harvest box of vegetables, occasional recipes and farm updates. In so doing, you will also be supporting a small, local family farm whose farmers use sustainable and environmentally sound farming practices. Best of all, you will be eating safely and well!

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It’s time to sign up for the 2014 CSA growing season. Please contact us for your membership commitment form or for more information.

What’s in the Box – August 12, 2014

Corn, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, squash, onions, and cucumbers

I grew up eating this great zucchini/squash and tomato dish named after a friend of my parents, just Allison’s zucchini. it’s easy and easy to modify proportionally. See it below.

Please, let us know too if you have questions about the winter csa.

Enjoy!
Ivor


Allison’s Zucchini

8 to 10 cups diced squash
1-2 cups diced onion
2-3 cups diced tomatoes
1 cup bread crumbs (I use a homemade Italian)
1 cup grated parmesan or romano
2 large eggs, beaten
1/4 cup olive oil
salt and pepper, to taste

Sauté the onions and squash and salt and pepper in a large sauce pan for 10-15 minutes, add tomato, cook for another 10-15 minutes, or until squash is tender, then add bread crumbs and cheese and stir, then the beaten eggs and stir vigorously. adjust for salt and pepper. serve. it honors fresh squash and tomatoes, for sure!


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