How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 3/26/17)

How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 3/26/17)

Ataulfo Mangos: Unlike other mangos, Ataulfos get very soft, and even wrinkly when ripe. And the darker the yellow, the sweeter they are! They also have a creamier texture and don’t get those annoying stringy fibers like other mangos do. Eat these raw or try adding them to one of your favorite cooked savory dishes….

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How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/19/17)

How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/19/17)

D’Anjou Pears: The d’Anjou is a truly all-purpose pear. They are juicy when ripe, and their subtle sweetness hints at a refreshing lemon-lime flavor. Their dense flesh holds up well in heated applications like baking, poaching, roasting, or grilling and they are delicious when sliced fresh in salads or eaten as an out-of-hand snack. The…

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The Moment I Became A Farmer

The Moment I Became A Farmer

Warm and wet! That is how I would describe the weather around the NW corner of Washington. Most of you will concur, unless you are on vacation in Texas. Then it would be warm, wet and tornadoes! Climate change is a real deal. What is causing that change might be up for debate, but change…

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How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/12/17)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/12/17)

Baby Broccolini: Broccolini is a hybrid between broccoli and Chinese kale (not actually baby broccoli). It can be cooked much the same way as regular broccoli but is more tender and takes less maintenance. Simply chop off an inch or two from the stems and either bake in the oven or toss in a stir…

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How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 1/22/17)

How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 1/22/17)

Bananas: Apart from being a main ingredient in smoothie’s, bananas are great in cooking as well. I started using up my ripe bananas to make flourless pancakes a few years ago. Now it’s my go to when the bananas are a little past their prime. (It’s also a lot easier and quicker than pulling out…

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How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 1/15/17)

How To Eat Your BOX! (Week of 1/15/17)

Cucumber: Apart from cucumber salad, cucumbers make a fun and refreshing topping to sandwiches! Whether it’s the traditional open faced cucumber and cream cheese with dill that they serve at showers, diced cucumber with tomato, onions and feta cheese wrapped in a pita bread, or simply sliced cucumber on your average, every day sandwich, I…

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How to Eat Your BOX! (week of 1/1/2017)

How to Eat Your BOX! (week of 1/1/2017)

Baby Broccolini: Broccolini is not a form of baby broccoli but actually a hybrid between broccoli and Chinese kale. It can be cooked much the same way as regular broccoli but is more tender and takes less maintenance. Simply cut off the ends (I like to take a good inch or two because the ends…

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Family

Family

When I think about Christmas, I think about Jesus, His birth and His life and then I think about my wife and children and our parents and our siblings. Christmas, much like Thanksgiving, draws family together. At least in thought, if not in presence. At the Farm, times have really changed. We only have four…

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Holiday Delivery Schedule for Weeks of 12/18 and 12/25

Holiday Delivery Schedule for Weeks of 12/18 and 12/25

Holiday Delivery Schedule for Weeks of 12/18 and 12/25 *Please note that this delivery schedule spans two weeks: the week of Christmas and New Years*  Our office will be closed Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve in observance of the holidays. Because of these closures our deliveries for both weeks are scheduled as follows: For…

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Why???

Why???

I am not surprised that the Senate and House of Representatives cast their votes to send the DARK (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act to President Obama to sign, but I am saddened that President Obama signed it, and so willingly! Essentially, for all of its purported good, it does nothing to protect the…

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