?

Log in

Previous Entry | Next Entry

Being a hippie is fun and delicious.

Oh, the things one finds when one is procrastinating and also trying to decide which CSA to join: (Organic) Store Wars. Obi Wan Cannoli and Cuke Skywalker... oh goodness.

For the record, we're going with Terra Firma Farm, mostly because they have a really cute (and apparently also quite handy) mascot. I wrote quite a bit more about CSAs and why I love them over in the food blog. I know you all read BTR religiously anyway, but I figured I'd post the link just in case. ;)

Comments

kmusky
Apr. 17th, 2007 03:18 pm (UTC)
My roommate and I can FINALLY do a CSA this summer--there is one picking up in our town, walking distance. Most of the pickup spots/times before were inconvenient for us (read: require a car or 2 hours on the T). But now there is one picking up at the local bakery! Bread and veggies (and almond croissants and cookies) for all!!
I'm excited for June--CSA, farmer's market (eggs, local meat, etc.)--exciting!!
aloha_moira
Apr. 17th, 2007 07:23 pm (UTC)
Yay! I'm hoping that having our fruits and veggies taken care of will let us pay more attention to eating local meat and dairy... I'm not really good about that right now (it's so much cheaper to get giant packs of chicken breasts at the store). Eating local bread/pastries has never been a problem for me, though. ;)

PS - I don't remember whether I ever thanked you for reading my outside, but THANK YOU! The comments were really awesome. I recall at one point saying I'd send you some baked goodies to compensate you for the jealousy of my new kitchen, so I should DEFINITELY send you some for your proofreading time. Any requests? (PPS, I need your address.)
kmusky
Apr. 18th, 2007 01:35 pm (UTC)
I get big packs of chicken from the small grocery store--I feel a little better about that, and it is actually cheaper!
I'm glad I could help with the proposal--it's in a week, right? Good luck! I'll e-mail you my address, but you can surprise me with what you send :)